Facebook released version 9.0 of its flagship iOS application, and the most prominent new feature is the ability for users to reply directly to comments on posts by pages that have enabled the feature.
When Facebook announced last week that it was simplifying its privacy settings, one of the changes it mentioned was the ability for users to change the privacy settings on their past cover images. That change has apparently been extended to pages, as well.
Facebook continues to enhance the information available via its five-star ratings system for pages, following up January’s moves to display pages’ average ratings in stars and add breakdowns of users’ ratings and a numerical average when users hovered over the stars with the addition of the numerical average to the left of the stars.
New Esquire Network series “Lucky Bastards” debuts at 10 p.m. Wednesday, but Facebook users didn’t have to wait to see the first episode of the new original series, as the network posted in in three segments on its Facebook page: here, here, and here.
The top 20 brands on Facebook boasted an average of 14,499,364 likes at the end of March and averaged 52 posts for the month, according to the most recent statistics from social media analytics platform Socialbakers.
Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos and videos posted to the social network by celebrities and athletes. This week’s edition featured this photo of The Band Perry at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Facebook must really, really want its users to start writing reviews.
The next posts from pages to be targeted in Facebook’s ongoing efforts to maintain the quality of its News Feed will be: posts actively seeking likes, comments, or shares; photos and videos that are repeatedly shared; and deceptive, spammy links.
An infographic from Facebook marketing expert Jon Loomer, published in January, has been rendered obsolete by the social network’s changes to the designs of its News Feed and desktop pages, so Loomer updated his infographic to account for the changes.