Is there a better reason to break a period of Facebook silence than wishing a friend and colleague a happy birthday? Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney took to the social network Tuesday to acknowledge the 43rd birthday of his running mate, Paul Ryan, marking Romney’s first post of 2013 and just his third since Nov. 7, the day after Election Day.
Optimal Calls Out French’s, Gerber Childrenswear, Toys “R” Us, Students First For Facebook Engagement Growth
Facebook advertising and marketing developer Optimal called out four brands for their engagement growth during the period from Nov. 13 through 26: French’s, Gerber Childrenswear, Toys “R” Us, and Students First.
President Barack Obama had three times as many Facebook friends as his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, on Election Day, and increased his share of Facebook friends 15 times over from 2008, according to a new list of data that examine the 2012 presidential race by the numbers.
Even if your business doesn’t have the marketing budget of brands such as Taco Bell, Zappos, and Walmart, you can still make an impression on Facebook by studying their tactics for success. Mike Maghsoudi, co-founder of PostRocket, pointed out the things that five brands have done that can be repeated by smaller brands looking to connect with users.
Facebook’s Data Science team parsed the 9 million users they say clicked on the I’m Voting application, offering a glimpse into not just who was voting, but sharing, commenting, and liking across Facebook Nov. 6.
Why should Election Day be exempt from Facebook shenanigans? Sophos’ Naked Security blog reported that a message with incorrect information about how to properly vote in voting booths went viral on the social network Tuesday.
Celebrities from Lady Gaga to Sarah Palin and Tyra Banks are taking to Facebook urging their fans to vote ahead of Election Day. That’s just some of the Facebook fodder political junkies can chew on before the first vote is cast Tuesday morning.
With more than 110,000 political Facebook pages in the U.S. and more than 11,000 U.S.-based pages for politicians, Facebook is a treasure trove of voting and political data, and campaigns are taking full advantage in the final hours of the race.