The “anonymous chatting application“ that The New York Times’ Bits blog initially reported on earlier this month is now a reality, as Facebook introduced the latest app from its Facebook Creative Labs initiative, Rooms, a throwback to the Internet’s early days and a nod to anonymity, forums, message boards and chat rooms.
Fashion brand Michael Kors is no stranger to marketing on Facebook, having incorporated its Instagram photo-sharing network into its “What’s in Your Kors” digital media campaign in June, and releasing a limited-edition shoe for Facebook fans in April. Earlier this week, Michael Kors debuted an interactive Facebook application to introduce its three new beauty and fragrance collections.
Warning: The following fact will make you feel old. Classic baseball and kids film The Sandlot is 20 years old this year. To mark the movie’s anniversary, footwear manufacturer PF Flyers created an interactive application for its Facebook page.
ShoeDazzle walked all over the competition to become the top fashion brand based on data from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, and Flickr, factoring in reach, engagement, and shopping.