A group of researches at the Free University of Berlin found that people who are prone to seeking rewards (like food and sex) are more likely to be active on Facebook.
Facebook page owners have long yearned for more insight than PTAT — Facebook’s people talking about this metric — offers. Starting today, they’re getting their wish.
Many retailers are using old dumb marketing techniques in a new smart world. And, therefore, missing out on sales.
Facebook is testing a new feature called “collections,” with a few well-known brands today that will let you buy products featured in enticing photos. Facebook calls it a “small test,” bit it gives us a look inside the company’s business model mindset.
MyLikes, an advertising platform based on spreading personal product endorsements through social networks, announced today that it raised a $5.55 million round led by Khosla Ventures.
Guest Post A few weeks ago, I was listening to my car radio and had a surreal moment. Driving down Highway 101, I heard my jam, and reached for my iPhone to press a “like” button. I quickly realized the absurdity of my action — this was, in fact, my very analog car radio.
This morning, Facebook officially launched Page Browser, a new tool that seeks to help its users discover and “like” new pages on the site using data from one’s previous likes, and that of users in their immediate social network.
Facebook has reignited the openness debate by launching tools this week that may reshape the web and hand the company a big advantage over its competitors.