Workout warriors on Facebook can now share their activities in structured status updates, as the social network added an option for “exercising” under the “What are you doing?” pull-down menu.
Facebook appears to have restored the ability for advertisers to target users aged 65 and over.
Facebook officially introduced its Facebook Audience Network mobile ad network at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco April 30, saying at the time that it was a beta release, and developers could apply to be included.
Some advertisers on Facebook are seeing the estimated daily reach of their ad campaigns while creating ads in Ads Manager.
Facebook continues to tweak its reviews feature to make it as useful as possible, and speaking of useful, the latest tweak involves allowing users to indicate whether reviews by other users were useful.
Consider a very simple smartphone application that will record your daily fitness activities. The app will measure how many steps you’ve walked every day, or how many minutes you walked, ran, drove, or rode, and it will tell you the distance you traveled every day, and even how many calories were burned in any activities you did.