So you’ve started a Facebook page for your business or cause. But it hasn’t gone viral or really pushed the popularity needle. Why is that? Online marketing blog Marketing Land explains why your page hasn’t been getting many “likes.”
As one of the earliest investors in Facebook, Microsoft stands to gain a great deal from the social network’s initial public offer next month. That’s a fantastic incentive for the Redmond-based software giant to put anything on top of the social network, including A Year In The Like.
Facebook made liking and commenting on news feed posts much easier for mobile users with an update over the weekend that eliminated a step.
Here’s how to spread your fans’ likes into their friends’ homepages.
With news feed updates poised to surge as users enable new open graph actions, Facebook has begun grouping together activities within the same application.
Facebook announced that it will begin approving potential actions other than like enabled by its Open Graph in January, and developers who receive the thumbs-up from the social network can immediately begin publishing those actions.
Consumer brands have been very reliant on the like button as part of the sharing experience on Facebook, but soon they might become less so.
You don’t have to look at anything you don’t want to on Facebook, as there’s never been more ways to hide things. Here’s a rundown.
“Like” is finally welcoming some company at the Facebook verb table, being joined, for some users, by “listen” and “read.”
Upping your like count sends more traffic to your website.