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.
So what does the new Facebook Author Meta Tag do for you and your business? Well, think of it as a way to grow your social media following. It makes it easier for people on the social network to follow you once they decide they like your content. Win-win!
Though businesses often use Facebook for marketing, these restaurants used it to curb some negative behavior engaged in by a small group of customers known as dine-and-dashers. You won't believe what they did.
For the longest time, there was little doubt that YouTube was the king of all Internet videos. But the site is getting some serious competition from Facebook, especially since the social media site started allowing users to embed their videos pretty much anywhere they wanted.
Watch out. Big companies are becoming ever more protective of their brands with aggressive action against startups who's names, at first blush, would seem to bear only a casual resemblance. Take, for example, the case of Designbook. It's only similarity to its more popular rival seems to be the fact that it is a social network with the word "book" in it's name.
Small businesses everywhere are using Facebook to grow and reach new audiences. And if you're not using Facebook to benefit your small business, you're definitely missing out on a great opportunity.
Have you heard of Facebook Place Tips? If not, you'll want to continue reading. Facebook is expanding the program and this could mean big things for your ability to promote your business -- especially to customers already in your store.
Facebook is ready to introduce Saved Replies for Pages on the site. If your business is overwhelmed by a crush of responses to a post or your feed, these canned Saved Replies keep you in immediate contact until you have more time for a proper follow-up message.
Boosting Likes on your business's Facebook page could make your business appear really popular to those unfamiliar with it. But how you get those big numbers matters.