Digital-video-recorder and TV-search company SnapStream, which brings “DVR on steroids” functionality to PCs and Macs, introduced several social features, including a way for its users to upload screenshots and video clips from television shows directly to Facebook.
Facebook updated its Brand Resource Center, where advertisers and the media can download official logos, icons, screenshots, and other brand assets for use with marketing materials or editorial content.
Facebook’s efforts to simplify marketing and advertising on the social network took a giant leap forward with Thursday’s launch of the Facebook for Business page, a single destination for all of the information brands need to tap into Facebook’s vast advertising resources.
Facebook updated its Facebook Brand Resources page with more specific guidelines about how to use its logos and screenshots in print, film, broadcast, and online, and how to treat the social network’s brand.
Facebook continued to introduce new features aimed at helping application developers, following Wednesday’s announcement that mobile app install ads are now available to all developers with the less-ballyhooed rollout of a screenshot importer, which allows developers to import their apps’ screenshots from Apple’s iTunes App Store and Google Play directly into Facebook’s app center.