Facebook Rolls Out Another Twitter-Like Feature: Support For Embedded Posts

Facebook Rolls Out Another Twitter-Like Feature: Support For Embedded Posts

Twitter has long allowed its users to embed tweets within their blogs and articles. This lets users quote content directly from Twitter without compromising the looks of the tweets. Following in these footsteps, Facebook has also rolled out support for Embedded Posts.

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Facebook Plans To Sell TV-Style Ads For $2.5 Million Each

Facebook Plans To Sell TV-Style Ads For $2.5 Million Each

The key source of revenue for Facebook is advertisement. It is precisely for this reason that Facebook has been trying to devise new ways of making money through ads. To this end, the company now plans to launch TV-style ads which will be 15 seconds in duration and will be sold for a whopping $2.5 million each.

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Facebook Announces Mobile Game Publishing Pilot Program

Facebook Announces Mobile Game Publishing Pilot Program

The rumors of Facebook entering the gaming industry as a publisher, rather than just a platform, came in a few weeks ago. Yesterday,Facebook formally announced the pilot program.

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Zuckerberg Says Rumors Of Teens Leaving Facebook Aren’t True

Zuckerberg Says Rumors Of Teens Leaving Facebook Aren’t True

In the past, it has been frequently cited that the teenagers are no longer interested in Facebook. There have been many articles claiming that teens are starting to quit the social network. However, Mark Zuckerberg has now refuted such claims during the quarterly earnings call.

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On Facebook Everyone Listens To You But No One Cares

On Facebook Everyone Listens To You But No One Cares

The headline above is not a sentimental declaration. Rather, it has been deduced from pure Facebook statistics. A recent study shows that most of our statuses and updates on Facebook are ‘seen’ by a rather huge audience, but only a fraction of this audience interacts with these updates.

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Facebook Begins Rolling Out Graph Search To All US Users

Facebook Begins Rolling Out Graph Search To All US Users

Nearly six months ago, Facebook made the ‘Graph search’ feature available to a limited number of its users. The search essentially allows users to make advanced searches quickly. After months of testing, Facebook has now started rolling out the feature to all U.S. users.

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Rescheduled Flight Saves Sheryl Sandberg From Plane Crash

Rescheduled Flight Saves Sheryl Sandberg From Plane Crash

An Asiana Airlines flight crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport yesterday. As a result of the crash-landing, two passengers have been reported dead whereas another 181 are injured. Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg was due to take the same plane but by chance, switched to a United flight.

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State Department Spent $630,000 To Get Fans On Facebook

State Department Spent $630,000 To Get Fans On Facebook

Facebook advertisements are increasingly popular among companies seeking to gain an online audience. However, it is a tad bit surprising to note that entities such as State Department also indulge in extensive Facebook campaigns. The Department apparently spent a whopping $630,000 to gain more Facebook likes.

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Mark Zuckerberg Participates In San Francisco’s Gay Pride Parade

Mark Zuckerberg Participates In San Francisco’s Gay Pride Parade

San Francisco recently witnessed a rather overwhelming crowd of people who participated in its Gay Pride parade. Interestingly, Mark Zuckerberg also participated in the parade, together with nearly 700 of Facebook’s employees, expressing full support for LGBT rights.

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Facebook Will Remove Ads From Offensive Pages

Facebook Will Remove Ads From Offensive Pages

Advertising on a network as huge as Facebook can pose significant problems. At one side, certain pages wouldn’t want certain kind of ads to be displayed next to their content. At the other hand, certain advertisers don’t want their ads being displayed alongside offensive pages. Facebook has announced that it will soon resolve the latter.

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Updated Facebook Home Android App Gets Folders

Updated Facebook Home Android App Gets Folders

When Facebook rolled out its ‘Facebook Home’ app, it arrived with a lot of fanfare. However, the app failed to gain much traction after the launch. Despite that, the social network is not ready to give up on it and has now rolled out a new version of the app.

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Facebook Rolls Out Hashtags, A Significant Marketing Tool

Facebook Rolls Out Hashtags, A Significant Marketing Tool

Users on Twitter have long been making use of hashtags to discover content on a given topic. Following in these footsteps, Facebook also recently introduced hashtags to facilitate content discovery. This new feature, now available on Facebook, can be immensely useful as a marketing tool.

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Facebook Reportedly Working On News Service For Mobile Users

Facebook Reportedly Working On News Service For Mobile Users

Although Facebook is the largest social network right now, it has been struggling with its mobile revenues. Now, certain inside sources have claimed that in order to increase the engagement of mobile users, Facebook is readying a news service called ‘Reader.’

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IP-Based Services Are Driving Mobile Usage Among Under 35s

IP-Based Services Are Driving Mobile Usage Among Under 35s

The under 35s are changing the landscape of mobile voice, messaging and data. IP messaging has taken off with the young generation. Data has taken importance over voice to under 35s in choosing plans. The trends have been brought forth by Analysys Mason through a new multi-country service.

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Facebook Bug Exposed 6 Million Users In Year-Long Data Leak

Facebook Bug Exposed 6 Million Users In Year-Long Data Leak

Facebook has unwittingly exposed phone numbers and email addresses of 6 million users to unauthorized viewers. This has happened over the past year, the social network revealed late Friday.

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