Amid all of the intrigue about the new product Facebook will introduce Thursday, developer Tom Waddington has now found evidence to support both of the popular theories, following up his discovery of mentions of RSS in Facebook’s code last week, which potentially signifies some sort of news reader, with his unearthing of mentions of video in Instagram’s code, which could signal Facebook’s introduction of a video-sharing feature for its photo-sharing network.
Facebook will introduce a new product Thursday, but what will it be? Early speculation has focused on two completely unrelated products, both of which have been bandied about recently: a video-sharing service for Instagram, or a reader for RSS feeds.
Could Facebook be aiming to fill the void that will be left when Google Reader is shuttered at the end of June? Developer Tom Waddington thinks so, based on evidence he spotted in the social network’s code.
Last week, the owner of a social media consultancy contacted me via LinkedIn to ask for tips on “articulating her Facebook pitch” to prospective clients. She has many clients, she said, who aren’t convinced that they need to have a presence on what is still the most popular social network. This woman clearly knows her stuff, so her inquiry made me realize that even though Facebook has such a dominant presence, many businesses still do not see its full potential.
There’s a treasure trove of information on Facebook — years of messages, wall posts, and photos. SocialSafe, which recently released its newest version, lets users store their data from day one to the present, in an easy-to-read and access manner.
When Facebook added the ability for page administrators to schedule posts in advance in late May, one feature it was lacking was the ability to do so for multiple pages from one dashboard. FaceItPages came up with a solution.
Timeline has a way of making pages with infrequent posts look more naked than they really are, making it more important than ever to post regularly. Here are seven ways to get this job done.
How do you market to pinners? To find out, we analyzed data on more than 10,000 associations between fans of Pinterest and other Facebook pages that they like.
We’re not sure what’s more unusual — the promotion Tel Aviv, Israel-based social application developer Fanzila is running to back its three new Facebook applications, or the apps themselves.