Neither Facebook nor Gowalla has confirmed a rumored acquisition of the location sharing service by the leading social network.
Many local businesses operate with low margins and need the most affordable marketing solutions. Facebook is a one-stop shop for much of this.
Facebook has said that it wants to phase out places in favor of location tagging, and one great way to start is to ask users for help eliminating duplicates.
We’ve seen loads of confusion over Facebook’s latest changes to places and deals. Allow us to set the record straight: Neither is completely disappearing.
Facebook is phasing out the deals intended to compete directly with Groupon, meaning offers that don’t require a check-in or location tag.
Facebook’s transformation of places into location tagging might be more significant than the overhaul of privacy settings, says guest writer Ryan Cohn, chief executive officer of What’s Next Marketing.
Facebook is making it easier for users to share posts, photos, tags and locations with specific people.
Why settle for being a Dunkin’ Donuts customer, when you can be President of Dunkin’ Nation on Facebook?
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