In Russian Roulette, players have a one-in-six chance of losing their lives. In Social Roulette, users have a one-in-six chance of losing their Facebook accounts. That is, until Facebook took away the gun. TechCrunch reported Monday that Facebook 86′ed the data connection to Social Roulette, an application where users play and there’s a one-in-six shot that their Facebook profile will be deleted. Four hours after its Saturday launch, Facebook cut off data to the application, stating a violation of platform policies.
Do you think you’ve got your Facebook page covered? Think again. There are myriad things to check and consider when you’re managing your Facebook page. Luckily, ShortStack came out with a nice infographic showing ways that page administrators can evaluate their pages.
There are fans, then there are Superfans. Napkin Labs announced to AllFacebook Thursday that it has launched the newest version of its Superfans application. Superfans 2.0 is a new-and-improved version of the application that lets brands see who their biggest advocates are and allows fans to jockey for position on a leaderboard.
While several businesses that market on Facebook tend to become overly concerned with the number of likes their page has, Advertising Age found that more marketers are buying ads on Facebook to build brand awareness, not boost fan numbers.
A ranching executive recently presented an innovative plan to promote the benefits of beef: social media.
There’s more to Facebook marketing besides racking up a bunch of “likes.” ComScore Tuesday released “The Power of Like 2,” which illustrates how companies should focus on engaging fans and sharing content for social marketing success.
No matter how many times we advise readers not to buy Facebook likes, we keep finding buyers and sellers of same.
Only 33 percent of companies have a long-term plan for becoming a social business.
Elaine Mesker-Garcia, who manages social media for Fuddruckers and Luby’s, talks about the difference between running corporate pages and franchisee pages on Facebook.
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