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Thoughts on Facebook Paid Search

As sponsored search results appear in Facebook s typeahead, businesses have to consider the implications and challenges the new system presents.

Is it Worth Advertising on Facebook?

With 83 million fake accounts operating on Facebook, many people are wondering if it s still a good idea to advertise on Facebook. The short answer: yes.

A Social Media Game-Changer? Facebook Quietly Launches Promo

Two weeks to the date after their initial public offering on Wall Street, Facebook countered their sliding share value with the announcement of a new ‘Promoted Posts’ option for status updates on business users’ pages.

Facebook Timeline for Pages Versus Landing Tabs

Timeline for Facebook Pages doesn t offer admins the ability to set a default landing tab. Here s why we think that s a good thing.

What We ve Learned from Facebook s IPO

Facebook has finally filed for their IPO. The S-1 documentation offered a little more insight into how the company has generated their revenue.

How to Upgrade to Facebook Timeline

Here is how to upgrade your Facebook Timeline if you have not done so already.


Facebook Places Dead or Simply Buried Alive?

Apparently Foursquare is claiming victory over Facebook Places, especially since is saying that Facebook Places is now dead. Well, not exactly, folks. Apparently Facebook Places is still alive, so it is a case that Facebook Places was simply buried alive?

New Facebook Features Help Keep Your Dignity Intact

Facebook is making some big changes over the next few days, and approving and rejecting tags before they go public is one of them. That’s not just photo tags, either. The new feature includes location tags and tags in Facebook posts, as well.

Why You Should Not Implement Google 1 Button

Google recently introduced the Google 1 button for websites, which is their way of competing with the Facebook Like button. While the idea is good, Google s implementation of the Google 1 button is unacceptable and not up to par with today s standards.


How to Brand Your Facebook Profile

On the Standing Dog blog today, Ryan wrote an excellent blog post about how to brand your Facebook profile. Facebook recently released the ability to load pictures to personal profiles that remain static to your viewers. This offers users the ability to showcase a recent trip, event or night on the town. We believe this created a unique way of bran

How To Download And Use Your Facebook Information

Facebook has recently been under fire (a lot, I might add) for privacy issues and privacy concerns. I have even written about Facebook email privacy that has gone awry. Many people (not me) are concerned about what they share amongst their friends on Facebook. Some of my family members are concerned about other people (mainly the public) learning a

Facebook Chat Client Launches Today

As a self confessed laptop or computer nerd, what particularly impresses me about this Facebook client is both its reliability when related to Facebook chat along with the ease with which you ll be able to customize the shopper. As an example, the Facebook chat client’s intuitive interface makes customizing shortcuts a breeze; I like that I can hot

Republican GOP Candidates Winning Social Media

Republican individuals for your U.S. Senate have amassed greater than 4 occasions as several Facebook Fans as their Democratic counterparts, and more than 5 occasions as many Twitter Fans, based on an analysis by HeadCount, a nonpartisan voter registration organization.

Will Your Facebook Store Help with Search Engine Optimization

Ask an Expert is an occasional feature where we ask ecommerce experts questions from online merchants. For this installment, we address a question about the search engine implications from selling on Facebook. The question comes from Brian M. Almashie, vice president of ecommerce for, a retailer for Wild Planet toys.

Setting the Record Straight Over Google Matt Cutts Impostor

I would like to set the record straight over some recent events that have caused quite a stir on the social sphere. There was never any Matt Cutts’s imposter Facebook Page, it was a Facebook FAN Page about Matt Cutts, BIG difference.

Facebook Loses Control of User Privacy

Private email addresses of individuals who have Facebook accounts are getting indexed by the search engines, including Google, Yahoo!, and There are certain web pages on Facebook, mainly the Facebook Email Opt Out web page, that are getting indexed by the search engines.

Search Engines Indexing Email Addresses from Facebook

Private email addresses of individuals who have Facebook accounts are getting indexed by the search engines, including Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft’s There are certain web pages on Facebook, mainly the Facebook Email Opt Out web page, that are getting indexed by the search engines. There is a problem because these web pages contain email

SortPrice Store Facebook Application Tops 1000 Retailers

Proving yet again a real commitment to opening new avenues of success for online merchants everywhere, comparison shopping engine has now built virtual stores for more than 1,000 retailers through its Merchant Store application on Facebook.

ClickandBuy Launches P2P Payments Facebook App

A new P2P payment application for Facebook has been launched that allows you to send or receive money up to a value of 50 euros.

How to Protect Your Facebook Fan Page

Facebook Fan pages are different than being on Facebook and having your own personalized User ID on there. Facebook Fan pages are different, and they are essentially a type of interactive web page that are on Facebook. If you have set up a Facebook Fan page, here is how to protect it.

Study: Facebook Fan Pages are Great Marketing Tool

Companies that use Facebook and Facebook fan pages to market their company to potential clients can increase sales, word-of-mouth marketing and client loyalty significantly among a subset of their clients, according to new research from Rice Universitys Jones Graduate School of Business.

Facebook Boosts Application Privacy Controls

Facebook has made it possible for its members to assign, on the fly, a wider variety of access levels to content they post using third-party applications and Web sites, the company said Wednesday.

Facebook Pushes Yahoo! Into Third Place

Two years ago, search engine site Google Inc. (GOOG) eclipsed rival Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) as the No. 1 Web destination in the United States. Now, a six-year-old social networking site upended those statistics and raised the question: Is Google’s position in danger?

Judge Gives Green Light to Bashing Teachers on Facebook

A new ruling reinforces the notion that schools can t punish students for comments made in off-campus forums like Facebook.

Will Google Buzz Go the Way of Facebook Beacon?

In 2007 Facebook rolled out Beacon, an ad system that took parts of user s Facebook data that they thought were private, and made them public. Last week, Google s Buzz did something similar. Beacon was killed by public revolt--and a class-action lawsuit. Now for Buzz comes a potential FTC investigation.