There’s that elusive Facebook effect, ramping things up again. This time, it’s the economy. It’s unwittingly urging new startups to sprout, just by existing, and by being very well liked by the masses. Geez, we may soon be calling ourselves the innovation nation.
Eight different Facebook applications have upgraded their offerings to populate the right-hand side of timeline profiles.
Take a bow, BandPage: This leading Facebook page application among musicians has doubled its user base over the past six months, to 500,000 acts worldwide.
Zynga’s newest release, Hidden Chronicles, graces the top of our chart this week, followed by tools that help brands create better pages on the social network.
Facebook is no longer working on an official music dashboard, and instead the social network is steering its users toward music services it has partnered with so far: Spotify, Rdio and Mog.
The new sounds coming out of RootMusic, developer of Facebook music platform BandPage, include the closing of a $16 million funding round.
Every once in a while a Facebook music app comes along that looks great and is easy to use, and RootMusic’s new BandPage app for music marketing seems to fit the bill. If you are a band looking for tools to help promote your group on Facebook, this is one that you have to check out.