Wondering how to optimize your Facebook advertising campaigns for business-to-business? We’ve broken down the process into eight essential steps.
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.
Facebook released a detailed infographic Tuesday that takes users through the entire process of what happens when content or users are reported to the social network.
A criminal case in India involving Facebook and Google is tangled up in that country’s court system, as the Delhi High Court adjourned a petition for dismissal by the two Internet companies until Aug. 7, despite the trial’s scheduled start date in the lower Patiala House Court May 23.
Facebook is testing a new product that allows users who report objectionable content to follow the progress of their reports and receive alerts when the social network has decided the fate of the reported content.
Now that timeline is live on all brand pages, what should Facebook marketers do? Focus on two things: People and content.
Facebook earned an estimated $1.86 billion from user-generated content in 2010, more than YouTube and all other social media sites combined made from it that year — that’s one of the highlights of the infographic we’ve posted on the jump page.
More content is shared on Facebook than any of the 300-plus services supported by AddThis.
If you needed a reminder about the power of social distribution, look no further than the site “LoveGivesMeHope”, which has seen a paragraph of text shared on Facebook more than 565,000 times since February 1st. The company has since launched a number of sites which encourages users to share their inspirational thoughts, and in the past few days has been transformed overnight thanks to Facebook.