“What the Heck is…?” is our new series about the most important updates and changes in social media and how it will affect YOUR goals, presence and ranking. Focus on Photos Facebook just announced another change to the New Feed – making the desktop version look more like the mobile version, with a focus on […]
UPDATED. Facebook’s new News Feed will begin a very slow rollout today. The biggest changes focus on much larger pictures, consistency across devices, and multiple new feeds. (And also bigger ads) More specifics: Each feed story type ( Photos, Videos, Links, Friends, Events) has a new, more rich layout in the feed. The news feed […]
Join Cappy Popp, Co-Founder of Thought Labs, as he covers an overview of the platform (where we have been/where we are going), a detailed chat about the “Like” feature (and whether or not it has been successful), privacy changes, the long tail of Facebook and how social plugins impact you. The webinar begins at 2:00pm […]
As part of the webinar on Taking Your Facebook Page to the Next Level, John Maver went through each change that Thought Labs made to the West Point Association of Graduates Facebook Public Profile to update it to use best practices. Look at the presentation on slideshare here.
Facebook is constantly tweaking their layout and feature set, with the increasing the sharing of relevant information among friends. Recently, Facebook changed a few things about Facebook Pages for brands to make them more viral and more authentic. First, Facebook has started adding popular Pages to the Suggestions for People You May Know. This is […]
Inside Facebook has the details about an upcoming update to Facebook’s Pages feature. This is great news for businesses, as the changes will put Pages on par with the recent user Profile changes. Most notably: Pages will now have the familiar Wall, Info, and Boxes tabs. This will help visitors quickly find the information they […]
In a May 2008 study and October 2008 follow up, Rosetta found that 59% of the top 100 retailers have created branded Facebook Pages. This number is up from 30% in the May study. Companies are moving to Facebook because that is where their customers are. Facebook continues to grow extremely rapidly, with most of […]