Vivek Wadhwa, a research professor at Stanford University, published a diatribe on LinkedIn a few months ago titled, “Facebook Is Doomed.” Contributing to the debate on the medium- and long-term sustainability of one of the biggest social networks is undoubtedly a healthy endeavor. However, this excessive public statement distinguishes itself with rather frivolous arguments on Wadhwa’s part.
If Facebook can adopt Twitter features, such as Trending and hashtags, it’s only fair for Twitter to be able to test a redesign of its profile that makes it look a lot like Facebook, or even like Google Plus, right?
The latest solution to help brands monitor Facebook and other social activity comes from customer-intelligence-solutions provider Market Force Information: SocialForce, which helps brands monitor content across Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Tumblr, Google Plus, WordPress, Flickr, Wikipedia, blogs, message boards, and other social networks.
Social experience creator Mass Relevance announced the launch of its new Mass Relevance Platform, aimed at enabling brands, media outlets, and ad agencies to easily integrate authentic social content into visual experiences.
Much like the third quarter of 2013, login with Facebook remained the dominant form of social login in the fourth quarter, according to the latest report from consumer-management-suite provider Gigya, but the competition continued to creep up.
Facebook saw its referral traffic to a group of more than 200,000 websites with over 250 million monthly unique visitors rise 48.85 during the fourth quarter of 2013 when compared with the third quarter, for an increase of 5.07 percentage reports, according to the latest figures from Shareaholic.