Facebook announced the winners of its Facebook Fit All-Star Challenge, selecting two small business owners from each of the five Facebook Fit events for small and midsized businesses that it conducted this summer.
Hyperlapse, the new time-lapse video application from Instagram, has only been available since late August, but it has already found its way into a music video by Fall Out Boy, by way of agency Beutler Ink.
For the average Facebook marketer, the company can seem … faceless. Facebook is working to change that. The social network concluded a nationwide tour at its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Tuesday, where it met with small business owners and entrepreneurs: Facebook Fit. In addition to hearing from small business experts and Facebook Director of Small Business Dan Levy, attendees got one-on-one help regarding their marketing situations. This in-person interaction is something Facebook wants to do more of.
Facebook continued its emphasis on small and midsized businesses with its launch of the Getting Started series, a series of posts aimed at SMBs that are new to Facebook. The first installment explained the basics behind Facebook advertising and ad targeting.
The Facebook Data Science Team turned its attention to check-ins at 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, studying how many users of the social network checked in at the various World Cup cities in Brazil between June 2 and 16, where they came from, and who they are.
Facebook announced an All-Star Challenge at its Facebook Fit workshop for small business owners Tuesday in New York, and the social network will send two small business owners from each Facebook Fit city to its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., for further instruction.
Facebook kicked off its five-city Facebook Fit tour — a conference to help small businesses market themselves on the social network — in New York Tuesday. Some 900 small business owners were in attendance, and Global Director of Small Business Dan Levy announced some new numbers related to mobile and small businesses.