Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg held his second public question-and-answer session Thursday at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., and topics that came up included whether or not Facebook will add a dislike button; the social network’s role in discussions about issues such as the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y.; whether Graph Search will launch in other languages; and the controversial News Feed study by social scientists from Facebook, Cornell University and the University of California-San Francisco.
With the Hispanic population becoming more and more of a force in the U.S., Facebook tapped media, content and technology research specialists Ipsos MediaCT for a closer look at how U.S. Hispanics communicate and consume media.
Expressing gratitude is a wonderful thing, and Facebook Wednesday introduced a way for users to do just that by creating personalized video cards for their friends and sharing them, Say Thanks.
Facebook announced the formation of its EMEA Client Council in a post in Spanish on the Facebook for Business page by vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa Nicola Mendelsohn, saying that the group is made up of representatives from brands and agencies throughout the region.
Germany edged Argentina to win the soccer portion of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, and according to social marketing and analytics platform Engagor, Kia Motors came from behind to edge Nike in the battle for brand mentions among World Cup sponsors.
The Facebook Data Science Team continued to analyze 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil as the tournament’s round of 16 came to a close, examining how users in different countries refer to “soccer” and “goals,” as well as compiling a list of the 10 goals that have generated the most shared posts and comments about goals.
Just do it? Nike has when it comes to mentions of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil sponsors on Facebook and Twitter since the start of the tournament June 12, according to data from social marketing and analytics platform Engagor.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil kicks off June 12 and runs through the championship game July 13, and Univision Deportes Network will provide exclusive Spanish-language in the U.S., including 24-hour coverage, as well as 56 live games (all 64 matches will be available via its Univision Deportes application). The Hispanic-targeted cable network also reached a partnership with Facebook to add content form the social network to its telecasts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s wife, Priscilla Chan has kept a low profile, but she gave her first-ever television interview, to Savannah Guthrie, which aired on NBC’s “Today” Friday morning, and “Today” pointed out 10 things that were learned about Chan during the interview: