The news reader is resplendent with Facebook stories today. Here’s some of the most interesting:
A fundamental mindset change must occur as brands approach social networks. In addition to interactive marketing (human-to-computer) brands must add social marketing (peer-to-peer) to their playbook.
Facebook for Android (s goog) got a long overdue update tonight (perhaps the final push was Mark Zuckerberg’s installing the Android app himself last week?), after playing second fiddle to the iOS version for far too long.
Before, the Insights panel was pretty barren, showing only some rudimentary information. The new panel, while not really adding much, does look a lot more clean than the older version.
Facebook has decided to double the size of its planned data center in Oregon before the first part of the project is even built, the latest sign of the company’s rapid growth.
The latest, as reported by Inside Facebook: “Suggest an Ad,” a new feature in the Ads Manager tool. It’s a step towards automated ad creation and posting, and it seems very promising in that regard, if not entirely polished yet. Instead of manually entering all that tiresome data, like title, picture, and the body text of the ad itself, all you have to do now is enter the destination URL of the page in which the product resides.
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