Facebook’s Open Graph is a popular stop on the itinerary of travel reviews site TripAdvisor, which said engagement on its site is 27 percent higher from users of the social network, adding that one out of three new reviews are posted by users signing in with login with Facebook.
Everyone is on Facebook, truly. Kids complain about their grandparents commenting on their statuses. Colleagues rave about its potential for social business. Sure, your four-year-old nephew hasn’t signed up (yet), but his mother has certainly chronicled his existence from the first ultrasound, and thanks to Timeline, you know all about coworkers’ weekend activities, friends’ anniversaries, and parents’ favorite articles, in addition to the goings on of all of your favorite businesses and brands.
Mobile application install ads and domain sponsored stories are currently the most widely used ways for advertising apps or content-heavy websites on Facebook. These types of ads make it possible to promote likes, shares, and app installations in an efficient manner, but is this really all?
The ability to edit posts has been something Facebook users have desired for quite some time. It appears that day might come soon. Facebook confirmed to AllFacebook that the site is testing the ability to allow users to edit posts they’ve made. Users can already edit comments, but this would be the first step toward being able to edit posts.
Facebook recently began asking desktop users to add their phone numbers to verify their accounts and make them more secure. Now it seems that the social network is doing the same on mobile. Some Facebook mobile users have seen prompts in their mobile applications to input their phone numbers, “to help secure your account and more.”
Graduation season is upon us, and with that in mind, Facebook offered a few tips on how graduates can use some of its features, including activity log, Graph Search, and messaging via desktop or its Facebook Messenger mobile applications.
Each year, Mediabistro hosts the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, which provides the world a deep look into Facebook innovations and issues impacting both social media and digital marketing. This year, it will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square June 5. The event is filled with top-notch speakers and provides innovative information that will help you and your organization succeed in Facebook marketing. I attended last year, and I am very excited for this year’s conference. Below are seven reasons why you should book your ticket now to attend the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, while you still can — it’s not too late! I’ll be attending along with Firebelly Vice President and lead of our Dallas office Misty Sanford.
Users who want to see all updates from friends can be at the mercy of Facebook’s News Feed algorithm with the default setting, but there is a way to get around this through lists. Users can create lists of their friends (useful if they want to see what specific groups of friends are posting, such as co-workers or college buddies), then click to see their posts in reverse chronological order. Here’s how.
On Twitter, you can make sure that celebrities or popular people are really controlling accounts through verification checkmarks. Now the same feature is available on Facebook. The social network announced Wednesday that pages that are really run by highly followed people will come with marks of verification. Unlike the hoax uncovered Tuesday, this is legitimate.
Facebook is attempting to push its users to fill in the Timeline sections it recently introduced, offering suggestions in its various categories — movies, TV shows, and books — and asking users if they have watched or read those titles.