Most Facebook users will never experience ownership of a Porsche, but some of the automaker’s more than 5.8 million fans on the social network were able to help design a special version of the 911 Carrera 4S, and one lucky fan and a friend will have the chance to actually drive the car at the Porsche Experience Center in the U.K.
Facebook’s changes to EdgeRank have had a chilling effect on visibility and engagement for page owners. And this visibility cold front has suspiciously developed at the same time the social network is deploying enhanced methods for promoting posts for both pages and profiles. Coincidence? Maybe. But what if I told you that the kind of posts we like to share most — links and pictures — have taken a larger hit than text-only posts?