Facebook announced a thorough revamp of its Slingshot photo- and video-sharing application, including photo filters, the ability to follow users and automatically see their shots, private photo and video reactions to shots and the option to share shots on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other apps.
Digital-video-recorder and TV-search company SnapStream, which brings “DVR on steroids” functionality to PCs and Macs, introduced several social features, including a way for its users to upload screenshots and video clips from television shows directly to Facebook.
The big winner in the 2014 editions of Black Friday and Cyber Monday was Amazon, as the online retail giant was tops in mentions on Facebook and Twitter on both major shopping days, as well as posting the quickest average response time on those days, according to social marketing and analytics platform Engagor.
We at AllFacebook.com hereby declare that the status updates many Facebook users are seeing in their News Feeds by fellow users declaring their personal details off-limits to Facebook are utterly and completely meaningless.
A Facebook newscast? That is exactly what ABC News’ World News Tonight with David Muir will launch Monday with the introduction of Facecast: The One Thing, a one-minute newscast that will appear on the show’s Facebook page every weekday.
King.com teamed up with Facebook to launch a video campaign backing the game developer’s latest title, Candy Crush Soda Saga, and after the first day of the campaign, 100 million users of the social network were reached, with more than 70 percent of those via mobile.
Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse announced the launch of its Parse Push Experiments earlier this month, aimed at allowing developers to incorporate A/B testing into their apps’ push notifications. Facebook data scientist John Myles White offered some best practices for developers using Parse Push Experiments, as well as a video of the tool in action, in a blog post.