No, Facebook didn’t uncover yet another design overhaul for your profile page or Timeline, nor did it reveal any plans of any upcoming Facebook smartphone, either.
While those predictions were intriguing enough to ponder, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg laid any speculation to rest on Tuesday by introducing “Graph Search,” which was unleashed in beta and will be slowly doled out among Facebook users.
A few days ago, I heard the following statement, and I wasn’t sure how I felt about it: “A business not being on Facebook is like a business not having a website.” We’ve all read pieces that emphasize the importance of businesses small, medium-sized, and large alike having a well-developed Facebook presence.
Every holiday season some of the top brands treat us with a number of heartwarming, attention-grabbing seasonal ads, created to get our joyful juices flowing in the spirit of Christmas. From Coca-Cola to Budweiser, the brands we come to adore always find a way to deliver thoughtful and inspirational marketing via traditional advertising platforms.
This is a guest post by Megan Totka, the Chief Editor of ChamberofCommerce.com. ChamberofCommerce.com is the largest business directory on the web and helps connect Veterans to the local veteran’s organization. Good analytics are the keys to developing and running a successful business. Analytics tell you everything you need to know about your clients and… Read more »
Every year, beginning in the second week of October, ABC Family begins airing its 13 Nights of Halloween, a programming special in which movies eerie, comical, iconic, and spooky alike descend upon the ABC Family channel, encouraging both young and old to indulge their inner scary-movie freak and get in the spirit of the holiday… Read more »
As I sipped on my Friday morning cup of Dunkin,’ perusing sites such as Mashable, Fast Company and AdAge—to name a few—the news that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that his social networking site reached 1 billion monthly active users dominated the headlines. So I continued reading, jumping from site to site to examine several… Read more »
Yesterday morning, while perusing Twitter, I came across this tweet on my timeline: This statistic, which signifies the power, popularity, and prevalence of Facebook, surprised me. Of course, Facebook has become a societal symbol, an icon of the current zeitgeist. Spawned by an undoubtedly brilliant yet somewhat enigmatic college student, it has an alluring, almost… Read more »
Remember those horribly corny yet ubiquitous virtual gifts on Facebook circa 2007-2010? Admittedly, to my chagrin, I can recall sending and receiving several virtual smiley face balloons, birthday cakes, glasses of champagne, and roses. (Hey, at least I never once played Farmville.) (The piñata was a personal fav, as were those two creepy bears locked… Read more »
In case you were wondering why the number of likes on your Facebook business page plummeted dramatically last Wednesday night, you are not alone. No, a large mass of fans and supporters haven’t jumped ship. Have no fear. Somewhere on CNN’s homepage Thursday, read an ever-important breaking news story entitled, “Facebook cracking down on fake… Read more »
A few days ago, I was perusing Mashable when I came across two interesting stories. These two stories captured my attention, and I thought it particularly intriguing the way in which they were positioned, one following the other. I’m sure it wasn’t Mashable’s intention, but this positioning seemed to be like an implicit comparison: Facebook… Read more »