Back when Facebook launched cover photos for Pages (seems like ages ago, doesn't it?), Zuckerberg & Co. put in place several restrictions to prevent brands from using this space to create cheesy, sales-driven billboards.
Last week, Facebook announced some major changes to the News Feed—the list of updates you see when you log on. In true Facebook fashion, they'll be rolling out the new design slowly over the next few weeks; if you'd like to get it early, you can sign up for the waiting list.
As we kick off a brand-new year full of possibilities, we've got a few thoughts on what might lie ahead over the next 12 months:
Man, there is not a lotta love out there for Facebook these days.
If your company is active in social media, chances are at some point, you had to sell the idea to someone higher up on the food chain.
With 42 million Facebook Pages, over 140 million Twitter active Twitter users, and 178 million LinkedIn users out there, many startups and other social media newcomers are asking a pretty heavy question:
If you've been following this blog for a while, you've no doubt come across some of my updates-slash-navelgazing-sessions about some big changes that are afoot for the Resonance business.
If Olympic Fever has taken its toll on your tweet surfing this week, never fear: Just like we do every Friday, we've put together a rundown of cool content we've shared on Twitter throughout the week.
As you probably know, we're pretty active tweeters here at Resonance, and each Friday I give a rundown of cool content I've shared on Twitter throughout the week.
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