Facebook revamped the hub for its Preferred Marketing Developers, the PMD Center, and the addition of the ability to search for PMDs from the homepage was the biggest change, according to sister blog Inside Facebook.
Facebook reminded users last month that it would remove a privacy setting used by a small percentage of its users, “Who can look up your Timeline by name?,” which it originally announced in August, and now, the social network is reminding users again, via messages atop their News Feeds, and via emails.
Facebook continues to encourage its users to tag photos, as MarketSnare Director of Visibility and Social Media Kevin Mullett shared the screen shot to the left with sister blog Inside Facebook, of a module with the headline, “Now It’s Easier to Tag Photos.”
Facebook is at it again: Have you heard about the updates that affect business pages? If you manage a business page, you’ll want to know about them. Let’s jump right in.
Facebook confirmed to sister blog Inside Facebook that it is testing changes to billing for its advertisers, billing them either when they reach their billing thresholds or on the last day of each month, whichever comes first.
Facebook Android App Update Includes Privacy Settings Icon, Structured Status Updates, Ability To Edit Posts
The privacy settings icon we reported on Wednesday is part of a minor update Facebook released for its Android application, and sister blog Inside Facebook reported that the update also extends the availability of structured status updates, as well as the ability for users to edit their status updates.
Facebook is finally rolling out one of the most requested features by users of the social network, allowing users to edit their posts. Sister blog Inside Facebook reported that the feature was added to Facebook’s Android application, and the social network told Inside Facebook it will soon be added to the iOS app and the Web.
Facebook Chief Marketing Officer David Fischer is thinking global, saying at K8: Kenshoo Global Client Summit in Sausalito, Calif., Monday that as the social network’s user base increases in countries, ad revenue growth is rising in tandem.
Product Designer Chris Kalani, who has been with Facebook since February 2011, announced in a post on the social network that he was leaving the company, giving no indication as to what his next move would be.