Some Facebook users are seeing a survey appear underneath two sponsored stories, asking if they preferred the top one, the bottom one, or neither.
Parents and their kids play a cat-and-mouse game on Facebook: The former tries to keep tab on the latter, which responds by running faster, prompting the former to do the same. Kids know that their parents are watching and think that ignoring their folks’ friend requests takes care of the problem. Parents realize that they’re being ignored and get desperate. Desperation leads to the kinds of behavior unearthed in a survey by security software maker AVG.
Only 33 percent of companies have a long-term plan for becoming a social business.
Facebook’s circulating a survey to advertisers that’s unlike any other the social network has distributed before.
One in five college freshmen’s Facebook includes a reference to sex, signaling intent to go get some.
About 88 percent of social media users in the U.S. are registered voters, but only three in five of them expect candidates to be on Facebook and less than two out of five will let that inform their voting decisions.
The survey says: SurveyMonkey launched a Facebook app Monday that allows page administrators to incorporate surveys into their pages and generate feedback.
Kaplan Test Prep continues to warn students to be cautious about their use of social networks, including Facebook — and graduate school applicants are the intended audience for the latest such warning.
Those who log onto Facebook several times per day are two-and-half times more likely to attend a political rally or meeting.