Facebook began removing fake accounts and fake “Likes” along with a number of improvements the social networking site announced last month.
It seems to me that television commercials have ample potential to be dynamic, while Facebook ads often struggle to be anything but flat. Though only time will tell if the commercials for these two ecommerce sites are successful.
Last week, Grey Poupon, the upscale Dijon-mustard brand, launched a new Facebook campaign entitled “The Society of Good Taste.”
The internet is abuzz with discussion over the release of limited-edition Candy Corn Oreos.
Who would Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and LinkedIn be if they were characters from movies and TV shows?
The issue of whether the Facebook “like” button constitutes free speech has recently garnered a tremendous amount of attention.
Twitter Trending Topics have been a great source of inspiration for me as of late. Today, while on Twitter, I saw these topics: The topic that captured my attention: #5reasonsIHateFaceBook (though, I admit that Waka Flocka Flame did catch my eye for about 0.5 seconds: No Hands!) I perused the tweets that used this hashtag,… Read more »
There is a lot of evidence out there to suggest that Facebook ads don’t work, but there are some success stories as well.
On 2/29/2012, Facebook held their first marketing conference in New York City. With that came news about how business pages would be changing, the introduction of new admin and marketing features and tips on how business owners can leverage the new page layout and marketing tools.
New features and news aside, one thing remains the same content marketing + social media = success.
There are a number of directions you can take to get there and social media marketing is one of them. But as a business owner, are you diving into social media expecting it to instantly become a revenue source?
Sponsored stories can include information from pages you like, stuff that your friends like, check-ins and a number of other things. Facebook is making some changes to how they display these sponsored stories (surprise!) going forward into 2012.