Zynga’s Hidden Chronicles maintains a steady lead, and overall social gaming applications exhibit tremendous weekly growth totals throughout the countdown.
Two companies with seats on Facebook’s board, Netflix and The Washington Post together bought a combined $8 million in advertising on the social network last year.
A Facebook analysis studying journalists’ use of the subscribe feature finds that the group have experienced a 320 percent average increase in subscribers since November, 2011.
Zynga’s newest game has already set a record in its first week, growing faster than any other application has during its first week on Facebook.
A short horror video has made it to the top of our list of the fastest growing applications nine days after Halloween, followed by Zynga’s newest and edgiest game.
Drug companies continue to react to Facebook’s policy shift this week that enables the public to comment on the walls of certain pharmaceutical pages.
Today the Washington Post announced the launch of their Facebook Connect support. The integration is relatively basic but lets users more effectively share content, at least that’s what the Washington Post communications team says. While I was able to log in after they gave me instructions how to, I wasn’t able to figure out how to share the content. Regardless of the existing Connect functionality, this is a relatively big fish for Facebook who just last week announced integration with YouTube.