In the beginning days of social media it was all about interaction, being social, and networking via cyber world. It was about being in the conversation and circulating your voice around the banter. Jump a couple years into social media’s history and enter the “Like” button.
On Monday, Bing made some fairly significant additions to its social search feature. What should you be concerned about for your business? Here are the top items that stood out to me.
Facebook recently announced another new social plugin for third-party websites. In addition to the Like button, Comments, Activity Feed, Recommendations, Like Box, Login Button, Registration, Facepile, and Live Stream, the social network has now added the Send Button to the mix.
In order to take advantage of the incredibly successful Facebook Like Button, and after the disaster of what was Google Buzz, Google has taken on a new strategy in social media – the Google +1 Button.
Facebook is currently testing a new look and format of what “Liked” or “Recommended” content on third-party sites looks like in your News Feed. For example, if you Recommend a certain story on CNN.com, the way that action looks in your friends’ News Feed will be different.
We have one last major holiday before Christmas – but for online sales, Halloween marks the start of the Christmas shopping season. And with this being true, we thought it would be a great time to give some social media advice for you to use this Christmas season.
A lot has happened this week with Facebook, including new Like button features, social CAPTCHAs, and more.
Facebook has, like, totally been garnering some serious attention with this Like Button. AllFacebook.com reports that nearly 65 million Facebook users click the Like Button every single day.
More than 100,000 websites have added the Open Graph’s one-click-power-switch: the Facebook Like Button. Let’s look at a few of the more creative ways the Like Button is being used to share content.
Foursquare recently added Facebook’s “Like” button to venue pages on Foursquare.com. Users can simply “Like” the venue while on the location-based social website, which feeds into users’ Facebook profiles and into their friends’ homepage News Feeds. We took a few screenshots to show you how it looks.
I know I have spent a lot of time reviewing Facebook lately, but there are so many huge implications to the new Social Plugins that it just can’t be avoided. Last week we briefly covered Facebook’s new Social Plugins. Today let’s take a deeper look at a few plugins, and give them a good old review.
Today let’s review some of the changes that Facebook announced at its F8 Conference yesterday, including the new Social Plugins and the end of Facebook Connect.