Facebook’s App Center is approaching its one-year anniversary, and the company wants to know what you think about it. The social network published a survey Thursday, asking users for their opinions about App Center.
Should you be friends with your boss on Facebook? Absolutely not, according to 81 percent of respondents to a survey conducted by question-and-answer site YouTell and opinion-based community SodaHead.
Not long after Facebook introduced a new look for its News Feed, the site started asking users what they think about it. Facebook has been adamant about making sure that user input has led to a better News Feed, and it appears that the process is not done. Richard Greenfield, a media analyst for institutional investment firm BTIG, posted on the company’s blog (registration required) that some users have been surveyed regarding their feelings about the updated News Feed.
No matter how bored you may have become with Facebook’s blue color scheme, do not fall for messages and images that promise to turn your Facebook profile black, or other colors: A blue Facebook is still better than falling victim to a hijacked account or a survey scam.
A Facebook customer-satisfaction survey appears to be making the rounds, but this one sticks to the user experience, and doesn’t detour into politics, like a similar effort that was released in error last month.
With contests representing one of the primary drivers of engagement on Facebook brand pages, Facebook marketing platform SnapApp submitted its entry into the sector with Monday’s launch of SnapApp Contests.
CNN and Facebook are gearing up for the 2012 presidential election Nov. 6 with the upcoming launch of Facebook application I’m Voting, as well as combining efforts to measure metrics about the presidential and vice presidential candidates, and conducting surveys.