It was a sunny morning back in August 2008 when Stuzo launched its first-ever experience on a Facebook page for “Gossip Girl.” Back then, our engineers were still coding in Facebook Markup Language, and the creative was constrained to 520 pixels.
On Tuesday, a report detailed that Facebook is planning to implement 15-second video advertisements that automatically play — an effort to grab television ad dollars. The reaction around the Internet was swift and negative, criticizing the social network for being too invasive by making the ads play instantly, forcing users to push pause or stop. But how effective are video ads in the first place?
What are the keys to success when it comes to the Facebook news feed? “Understanding the Most Valuable Digital Real Estate: The Facebook News Feed,” a panel at the AllFacebook Marketing Conferencein New York Tuesday, presented a forum for six industry experts to ponder that question.
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One of the National Football League’s replacement officials was removed from his assignment to work the New Orleans Saints’ visit to the Carolina Panthers Sunday after ESPN informed the league that posts on his Facebook page indicated that he was a Saints fan.
Users of Facebook and other social networks were thirsty for Coca-Cola in August, as the beverage giant sat atop the growth list for the Optim.al Index for the month, along with pulling in the most likes for the month.
You don’t have to be in Kansas City to have some fun with tonight’s Major League Baseball Home Run Derby. Several Facebook pages have planned games and contests for the exhibition, where top baseball players try to hit as many home runs as possible. You could even win a giant “like” foam finger.
ESPN Arcade game ESPN Return Man has dodged, cut, and feinted its way onto Facebook, marking the sports cable network’s first action-based game on the social network.
The ESPN Sports Bar and Grill application already has more than 350,000 players after launching two weeks ago on Facebook.