Facebook made its mobile like button available to all iOS and Android application developers in early October, and software engineer Karthik Subramanyam highlighted its use by musiXmatch and Runtastic in a post on the social network’s developer blog, which also offered some tips from early adopters of the mobile like button.
Digital-video-recorder and TV-search company SnapStream, which brings “DVR on steroids” functionality to PCs and Macs, introduced several social features, including a way for its users to upload screenshots and video clips from television shows directly to Facebook.
SocialCode, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, released a new report aimed at helping brands use Facebook advertising to promote awareness and continue the process all the way through to driving sales.
All of the news that’s fit to divide into 52 Facebook posts? The New York Times took that approach with Thanksgiving recipes, creating posts for the 50 U.S. states, as well as Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico, based on recipes that it felt defined each location.
The Shoppost social commerce platform from Zantler is now available for Amazon Webstore sellers, enabling them to market and sell their products and services in-stream on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogs.
How can nonprofits take advantage of the new application released by Facebook Tuesday, Facebook Groups? Lauren Van Horn, who works on strategic partnerships for nonprofits and causes for the social network, offered some tips in a post on the Facebook Media blog.
Social-media giving campaign “The Give Back” gave back, as Publishers Clearing House delivered a check for $200,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital following the fourth year of the initiative.
During the past 12 months, 30 percent of consumers have made purchases based on engagement with social networks, according to custom Facebook application creator ShortStack, which created an infographic to help marketers prepare for the holiday shopping season.