Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos posted to the social network by celebrities and athletes. This week’s edition featured the photo to the left, of Jimmy Kimmel with “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul and creator Vince Gilligan; as well as the photo below of Julia Louis-Dreyfus promoting her new film, Enough Said, during a question-and-answer session for Facebook.
Fans of musical artists are among the most passionate, and startup Creative Allies came up with a way to allow those fans to participate, via Facebook, in the design and selection of merchandise such as T-shirts and posters.
Sometimes, stereotypes hold true. At least on Facebook, anyway. Compass Labs, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, compiled an interesting infographic showing how the pages liked by men and women on Facebook show that guys tend to like cars, while ladies tend to like retail pages.
BandPage, which allows bands to easily manage their online and Facebook presences, has made it easier for musicians to share music and information with their fans and for promoters to post information about bands they’re hosting. Through BandPage Connect, musicians can instantly share their information with major social music platforms free of charge. This way, a band can easily post information to Facebook, a WordPress blog, Earbits, Pledge Music, and other sites in a way that draws people to engage and listen.