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How Facebook Continues To Reshape Business

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Gone are the times of toting around a massively bulky cell phone. Today, wherever you turn, everyone — even children — is on a sleek, elegant smartphone that has the capacity to do many of the things our computers can do. From texting, browsing the Web, reading emails, etc., people are increasingly using their phones for complicated task, and Facebook is set to maximize from this trend, attracting even more online retailers.

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Facebook Provides List Of Best Practices For Open Graph Submissions

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Facebook continued its efforts to keep its Open Graph clean, providing developers with a list of best practices for their submissions, and informing them that certain Open Graph actions will no longer be approved: listen; content-consumption actions such as browse, discover, and view; actions triggered by joining or registering with an application; and non-English actions.

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VIDEO: How To Gain Fans And Influence By Utilizing Facebook’s Data

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Through Facebook’s social plugins, businesses are finding new and innovative ways to attract readers and customers. At the recent AllFacebook Marketing Conference in San Francisco, Jason Jedlinski, vice president of digital products and platforms at Tribune Broadcasting, and Jay Budzik, chief technology officer at Perfect Market, showed attendees how a Los Angeles TV station found viewers through creatively using Facebook’s data.

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Upworthy Uses Its Facebook Page, Social Plugins To Grow

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Upworthy wants to share content with the world — and use Facebook to do so. The company is in the developer’s showcase for utilizing social plugins and successfully using its Facebook page to engage its audience. Facebook reported that as Upworthy.com grew to 10.4 million unique users in one year, its Facebook page grew to 1.3 million likes over the same period. Upworthy credits Facebook for a large portion of its traffic.

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