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.
Facebook users are going to like this news, and page administrators will likely not: The social network announced Friday that users will begin seeing fewer promotional posts — not ads, but posts from pages – in their News Feeds starting in January.
Data outfit Umbel is gearing up for the holiday shopping season with a new vertical offering aimed at helping brands own customer data, gain actionable insights and customize their marketing and sales efforts to drive return on investment.
At this point in the game, it’s no small secret to us Facebook connoisseurs that photos and visuals are the key to engaging our Facebook online communities. Pictures that are visually appealing are easy for us to digest, comprehend and, most important, to share.
Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat, and if you’re hosting a party for Halloween, be sure to use Facebook to get the word out.
Facebook began testing the ability for Power Editor users to preview News Feed ads as early as last September, and the social network confirmed to sister blog Inside Facebook that it began rolling out the feature and other changes to Power Editor last week, with all Power Editor users receiving the updates “over the next few weeks.”
Facebook announced some eventful news for page administrators, as the social network introduced desktop and mobile News Feed ads and insights for events, as well as a new look for users’ events pages.