Facebook users about to join the work force for the first time: The photo above is not a wise choice for your profile picture on Facebook (and probably shouldn’t be posted at all, but that’s another argument for another day), and you should probably examine its privacy settings in order to ensure that no potential employers see it.
Let’s face it: There is no such thing as a perfect Facebook post. But let’s play along with digital intelligence firm TrackMaven, which produced an infographic on the nuts and bolts of such a post.
Have you ever wondered what you should or shouldn’t say online if you made it to the big leagues one day? Being a leader means you have an important image to maintain, of course! So you should know by now that once something goes live on the Internet there is no getting it back – and every attempt to delete it helps it grow and haunt you forever more.
In an effort to reduce the size of JPEG images and speed the loading times of Web pages, Firefox parent Mozilla announced the release of compression technology mozjpeg 2.0, and Facebook announced that it will test mozjpeg 2.0 on Facebook.com.
One of the most common objectives of Facebook ads is increasing brand awareness, and the social network’s marketing science team enlisted the help of more than 700 users from all around the world to evaluate more than 1,500 News Feed ads between October 2013 and this past March, from more than 350 campaigns. Advertising Researchers Neha Bhargava and Eurry Kim discussed their findings in a post on the Facebook for Business page.
Facebook urged the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to uphold the $20 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit over the use of users’ images in sponsored stories, Mediapost reported, citing a filing with the court last Friday.
Nijmegen, Netherlands-based ReSnap offered its own take on physical photo albums made up of images from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, using its popularity algorithm to automatically select the most popular photos and updates from those social networks for inclusion in the photo books.
There have been several image-sizing guides for page posts, but, as McBeard Media pointed out, 99 percent of Facebook user impressions occur on the News Feed, so why not be sure pages’ images are News Feed-optimized?