There are two sides to every story. Take, for example, the story of page administrators for Facebook page Barracuda Brigade for Our American Girl! 2012, a fan community for former Alaska Gov. and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who claimed in a story on Examiner.com Sunday that they were being unfairly punished by the social network, while posts that clearly violate Facebook’s terms of service were still appearing on the page at the time of this post Monday afternoon.
Celebrities from Lady Gaga to Sarah Palin and Tyra Banks are taking to Facebook urging their fans to vote ahead of Election Day. That’s just some of the Facebook fodder political junkies can chew on before the first vote is cast Tuesday morning.
The heat has been turning up on the Facebook page of solar panel maker Solyndra since it declared bankruptcy August 31.
Mitt Romney has more total Facebook fans than any of the other contenders in the Republican presidential primaries, but Herman Cain has the highest rate of engagement.
As GOP 2012 hopefuls descend on Iowa for a debate and the Ames Straw Poll, Republican voters are posting up a storm on Facebook.
Sarah Palin’s Facebook page continues to make it look like she might run for president.
The Republican 2012 presidential contenders are quickly gaining ground on leveraging Facebook and other social media sites to their advantage.
Facebook’s survey of political page fans found that the Republicans have had a stronger showing on social media than Democrats have this year.
Facebook and the media apparently haven’t done enough to combat the bullying of gay teens, if this week’s gaffe by Sarah Palin’s 16-year-old daughter Willow is any indication.
Pranksters recently hijacked the Facebook pages of Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin and others with a new trick called “letterbombing”.