The Nomadness Travel Tribe started as a Facebook group invite but with the power of social media, there are now more than 10,000 members and it's become a business on its own.
Facebook says it's giving Notes a total update. It's been ignored for about five years. Now, the company is announcing a new roll-out the service and you won't believe your eyes.
Facebook has announced that it is going to start tracking a user's Web activity based on the Like buttons they hit. The company will use this data to send more target-specific ads to users. For small businesses, it's a better chance at getting your Facebook ads in front of just the right people.
Facebook Signal is another tool that's designed to lure journalists away from other social media. The tool makes content about public figures easily accessible and shareable. It's the latest move by the social site to get more media outlets using Facebook as their preferred social site for reaching consumers.
Facebook is now allowing journalists, public figures, and other "influencers" to access Mentions. This service allows users with verified accounts to stay in touch with followers with live video streaming and other exclusive connections.
Yes, a new app is now second in the land, displacing YouTube's mobile app which once held that slot in comScore. The move means Facebook's apps now occupy the first and second most popular positions in the U.S. And here are some of the features.
As Facebook becomes a more popular forum for sharing videos and the company continues to encourage users to produce more content, some are critical of the social media's lack of piracy prevention.
On Aug. 24, a billion people globally logged on to Facebook to get updates on family, friends, their business, or the businesses and brands they like. It's a milestone moment that cements -- at least temporarily -- the company's spot atop the social media mountain.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon. . .they've all entered into the virtual assistant marketplace. Those voice-activated helpers are likely going to be getting some company, from Facebook.
The widespread introduction of Facebook Live will bring on-the-fly live streaming to the mainstream. Not only will the service give stiff competition to Meerkat and Periscope, it's got potential to change social media and video marketing.
Facebook recently found out that not everything funny on the social media site is literally laugh-out-loud hilarious. In fact, a study conducted by Facebook on the e-laughs shared by its users revealed that most users laugh in text by using haha or hehe instead of the infamous LOL.
Facebook has partnered with several creators of high-quality video content in announcing a plan to share Facebook video revenue generated off videos posted to the social network. The deal is similar to the one YouTube has in place with its users.