Facebook page administrators with iOS devices can use the social network’s Pages Manager application to perform some of their duties, but what about monitoring and managing ad campaigns? That’s where Kuhcoon Ads comes in.
Facebook appears to be migrating more of the functionality from its Pages Manager applications into its flagship mobile apps.
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” — Warren Buffett. They used to say, “There is no such thing as bad publicity,” but that was before Facebook.
Facebook Page Admins Gain Access To Shutterstock Image Library; Ability To Upload Multiple Images; Updated Pages Manager Apps For IOS, Android
When Facebook began to introduce its revamped News Feed in March, the social network emphasized its highly visual nature to brands. Three updates announced Thursday will help brands on Facebook in their quest to capture more attention: an agreement with stock photography agency and image library Shutterstock, making millions of images available for use in ads on the social network; multiple image uploads; and an update to its Pages Manager application for iOS and Android that enables page administrators to upload multiple photos for a single post.
When Facebook released version 2.0 of its Pages Manager for iOS application earlier this month, it temporarily removed access to post insights such as clicks and people talking about this. Those features have been brought back in an update for the app released by the social network this week, sister blog Inside Facebook reported.
Facebook released version 2.0 of its Pages Manager for iOS application, adding features such as photo filters and stickers, but removing insights such as clicks and people talking about this, as well as other features, albeit temporarily.
Facebook Journalism Program Manager Vadim Lavrusik and Scott Hershkowitz, who handles strategic partner development in sports and media for the social network, offered 12 best practices for media companies’ Facebook pages in a note on the Facebook + Media page.
Facebook is giving page administrators more options through its iOS and Android native applications. AllFacebook reader Matteo Gamba of Wimdu recently realized that he is able to promote posts through his iOS app. This feature is also available on Android. Previously, users could only pay to give posts more reach through the Pages Manager app.
Advice for businesses on Facebook is plentiful, but nonprofit organizations face their own, unique challenges. With this in mind, the social network released a guide Wednesday aimed at helping nonprofits connect with users, as well as a case study featuring the successful efforts on Facebook by grassroots advocacy movement Movember.