Facebook just announced its new News Feed, but your Facebook looks just the same as it did yesterday. How come?
Facebook just released its new news feed and marketers should be happy: Facebook is providing a rich canvas on which to display their wares. But it'll be best for social marketing experts.
Facebook has changed up its News Feed, and we've got images of the redesign you can expect to see soon.
Editor's Pick Facebook is announcing the latest changes to its News Feed today, and we're reporting live from its headquarters. Check out this post for live updates on what you can expect to see on your Facebook soon.
Editor's Pick What most are hoping for is a massive change that would toy with Facebook's long-cultivated revenue streams and tinker with one of its most precious pieces of IP: The News Feed algorithm.
Editor's Pick Automattic, the company behind Wordpress.com and its 3.6 billion monthly pageviews, is testing a new native advertising monetization option with its massive blogging community: promoted posts.
Guest Post Folks, Twitter marketing just got serious.
We've known for some time that Facebook has over a billion users. Now the company has announced that it has over 15 million brands, too.
While the Internet giants have become increasingly aggressive towards the notion of online anonymity, Vint Cerf says that the pseudonym still has its place. God bless him.
With 74 million daily posts, Tumblr is a big haystack to get lost in. Which is why the company is planning to monetize its mobile product the new old-fashioned way: pay-per-view. You pay, that is, and others view.
How is your company doing in social? Are you engaging customers, fans, and potential customers? And are you doing it better than your competitors?
Oracle has issued an emergency patch for its Java software after a string of high-profile hacking incidents at companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.
Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple are not just engines of technological innovation in America ... they're also the path to Forbes' World's Billionaires list. But there is a little catch -- you gotta be a man.
In a critical moment, Facebook fixed a huge Android flaw. Here's why Google needs the social network to make Android the worldwide dominant platform.
Guest Post I know many women who are irked by Sheryl Sandberg’s dictum to “lean in,” the subject of her new book.
Editor's Pick Facebook engineers all go through six weeks of indoctrination and learning the hard way to find the teams they'll be on for years. Here's our look inside the bootcamp process.
Facebook is on the verge of its first major News Feed redesign since 2011. Your Facebook friends are going to love it.
Microsoft had six pieces of news come out today, including the Surface worldwide expansion, Yammer's new translation service, and getting slapped with regulatory fines from the EU.
Facebook purchased Atlas Solutions from Microsoft to help build out its own ad network and take on Google.
OpenTable has released a Facebook application to help friends connect around food. My question: won't Facebook Graph support this kind of thing natively?