Facebook’s Data Science team parsed the 9 million users they say clicked on the I’m Voting application, offering a glimpse into not just who was voting, but sharing, commenting, and liking across Facebook Nov. 6.
More politicians are using Facebook pages as a way to get their message across to voters. Robert Ford, the United States’ ambassador to Syria, used social media to deliver a stern warning to that country’s military.
Facebook users who still rely on the old method of automatically importing their blog content to their Notes will no longer be able to do so starting November 22.
Here are some additional tips that public relations pros can use to spread their messages more effectively.
If you’ve used the Facebook notes product at any point over the past few days there’s a good chance that you’ve noticed some significant changes. The first significant change is that notes now has a new layout. Secondly, Facebook has now implemented a new publisher which makes it easier to format the text within your notes. For the observant Facebook users out there, you’ll probably notice that the new text editor is the same one used by Facebook Questions.
Over the weekend I noticed a small tweak to Facebook’s Notes application for blog feeds that are automatically imported: images are now included in the feed stories. It’s a small upgrade and it may have been added more than a week ago, however this weekend was the first time that I noticed it. Previously, all automatically imported blog posts did not get an image included in the post.
I’ve received countless emails over the past two weeks from users that have been confused about integrating their blog into their new public profile. I don’t blame them for the confusion as it took me days to figure out how to get this working. Finally after a little bit of exploring, I figured out how to get your blog imported via the Facebook Notes application.