If you have a child of a literate age with computer access, chances are they have a Facebook profile. They also probably don’t want you looking at it. Here are at least 10 reasons why you shouldn’t:
Free Foo Fighters? HBO is marking the upcoming debut of new series Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways by presenting the live stream of the band’s premiere party concert from the Cubby Bear in Chicago on the cable network’s Facebook page, Variety reported.
A music legend is finally on Facebook, as Prince joined the social network last week, and Facebook marked the occasion with a special icon in his favorite color, purple.
Hyperlapse, the new time-lapse video application from Instagram, has only been available since late August, but it has already found its way into a music video by Fall Out Boy, by way of agency Beutler Ink.
Facebook users can get satisfaction, as official concert films and documentaries featuring The Rolling Stones are now available on a video-on-demand basis via the band’s Facebook page following the creation of an application by Eagle Rock Entertainment, which oversees many of the group’s home-video releases, and Facebook VOD platform Screenburn Media.
One of the biggest advantages that Facebook offers to advertisers is the ability to conduct precise interest targeting. Brands have the ability to target their Facebook updates directly to precise niche audiences based on people’s interests that they have shared with Facebook.
People all over Facebook are soaking themselves with ice water to bring awareness to ALS — including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. But how widespread has this been? Facebook released statistics Friday, showing that 15 million people across the social network have posted about, commented or liked a post related to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. People have also posted more than 1.2 million videos.