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Facebook Plans To Launch Video Ads Inside News Feed

Facebook Plans To Launch Video Ads Inside News Feed

Facebook has been gradually pushing the envelope on advertisement across its pages. The social network is already criticized widely for its placement of advertisements all over the website, now including within users’ new feeds. But that’s not the end of it, since Facebook plans to launch video ads within the news feeds of the users too.

By On December 19, 2012 Respond
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Instagram Backed Off From Policy Change, Won’t Sell Your Photos

Instagram Backed Off From Policy Change, Won’t Sell Your Photos

On December 17, Instagram said it now has the right to sell users’ photos and it can put users’ photos in ads too.This move caused a widespread revolt among the users and few hours ago Instagram backed off from its earlier plight.

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Facebook Asked By German Authorities To Quit Its Real Name Policy

Facebook Asked By German Authorities To Quit Its Real Name Policy

Since its earliest days, Facebook has closely followed the policy of requiring from its users to register with their real names. This, Facebook says, is to help keep the community safe. However, German regulatory authorities have now ordered the social network to stop enforcing this requirement.

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Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei Joins Facebook Despite Official Censorship

Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei Joins Facebook Despite Official Censorship

Iran has never been a state for an open and free internet. The Iranian government has always tried to filter out a major portion of the web so that Iranian citizens are unable to access it, at least not without some difficulty. In the midst of all this, Iran’s Supreme Leader has just joined Facebook.

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Nielsen And Twitter Join Hands To Devise Social TV Ratings

Nielsen And Twitter Join Hands To Devise Social TV Ratings

Nielsen is very well-known for being the firm who has been dishing out reliable TV ratings, year after year. With the huge shift in the TV-watching trends as we grew more digital, it is good to see that Nielsen is trying to adapt to these trends. It has now partnered with Twitter to create social TV ratings.

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Facebook Updates Nearby With New Features, Lets You Find New Places

Facebook Updates Nearby With New Features, Lets You Find New Places

Facebook launched its Nearby feature a while ago. Now, the social network has rolled out updates of the feature on both its iOS and Android apps. The updated Nearby lets you find such places near you where your friends have been.

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Amplify Can Find Social Media Conversations About You And Your Brands

Amplify Can Find Social Media Conversations About You And Your Brands

Artificial intelligence has come about to play an increasingly significant role in social media marketing. Different AI tools are being used to target niche audiences, send out automated messages and connect with them. Amplify, a new AI tool for social media use, ups the ante by providing a whole host of even more intelligent features.

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Instagram CEO Agreed To $525 Million Offer From Twitter Before Going With Facebook

Instagram CEO Agreed To $525 Million Offer From Twitter Before Going With Facebook

Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion. But many of us may not know that Twitter wanted to buy Instagram for $525 million.

By On December 17, 2012 Respond
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Twitter Finally Starts Rolling Out The Option To Download Tweets

Twitter Finally Starts Rolling Out The Option To Download Tweets

Facebook has long provided its users the option to download an archive of all the data present on their profiles in a single zip file. For long, Twitter users have pined for a similar option and the micro-blogging network even promised one in the past. Now, it seems that Twitter has finally lived up to its promise.

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Google’s Giant Gift: Added 24 New Features To Google+ Service

Google’s Giant Gift: Added 24 New Features To Google+ Service

Holidays are coming few days later. Before holidays start, tech giant Google has come with a giant gift for its users. Recently, the company has added 24 new features to its Google+ service and updated its beautiful Android and iOS apps.

By On December 15, 2012 Respond
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Facebook Lets You Take A Fleeting Look At 2012 With ’2012 Year In Review’ Feature

Facebook Lets You Take A Fleeting Look At 2012 With ’2012 Year In Review’ Feature

A number of social media websites let you take a quick look on your entire year as a quick, cool review, when the new year arrives. This year, Facebook has added itself to that list by offering ’2012 year in review’ to all its users. The review, as the name suggests, is a fleeting glance at the things that happened on your Timeline during the whole year.

By On December 13, 2012 Respond
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Game Over. Facebook Taking Away Users’ Right To Vote On Privacy Policy!

Game Over. Facebook Taking Away Users’ Right To Vote On Privacy Policy!

Around three weeks ago, Facebook sent emails to its users proposing to take away the voting privileges from them for the site’s governance issues. Deadline of voting for and against Facebook was until December 10, 2012 by 12:00 pm (PST). The voting result has been published. Based on voting result, Facebook is taking away users’ right to vote on privacy policy.

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Instagram Abandons Photo-Integration Support Within Twitter

Instagram Abandons Photo-Integration Support Within Twitter

Those of you who have been using the popular photo-sharing service, Instagram, in conjunction with your Twitter account are in for a surprise today. Instagram no longer supports photo-integration within Twitter, it has been revealed.

By On December 11, 2012 Respond
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Facebook Users May Lose The Ability To Vote On Future Changes

Facebook Users May Lose The Ability To Vote On Future Changes

Approximate three weeks before, social network giant Facebook sent emails titled “Updates to Data Use Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities” to users, proposing to take away the voting privileges from its users for important site governance issues. People started to respond. Now we have come to know that Facebook needs 299.4 million votes from its users by tomorrow morning, otherwise Facebook users will lose the ability to vote on future changes, and their data will be intermingled with Instagram.

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Obama’s Data Scientists Made Intelligent Use Of Social Media To Take Him To Victory

Obama’s Data Scientists Made Intelligent Use Of Social Media To Take Him To Victory

Social media marketing has gained a lot of traction in recent days. Advertisers can’t resist it given the fact that millions of users are hooked to social media sites. During elections, Obama’s social media team made use of Facebook to campaign for him, but it deployed a very intelligent marketing technique.

By On December 10, 2012 Respond
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