Facebook’s M now shares GIFs and movie ticket recommendations in Messenger

Facebook Messenger is now giving intelligent assistant M new ways to respond to messages you receive. Starting today in the U.S., M will suggest things like sharing GIFs, buying movie tickets, and sending quick text responses. M works by skimming the words in your conversations and then making suggestions based on the topics that come […]

Thoughts on Facebook’s 9 plans to curb election interference

 Election meddling is Facebook’s next adversary, and it’s got a plan to attack it just like it did with fake news. Solutions to both these scourges come too late to prevent tampering that may have aided Donald Trump winning the presidency — but at least Facebook is owning up to the problem, working with the […]

#SocialSkim: Snap’s College Play, Facebook’s Tinder Test, LinkedIn’s ProFinder: 11 Stories This Week

Snapchat again courts college audience; Facebook tests a Tinder-like feature, to spend billion on original programming for “Watch”; Twitter’s new account-sharing feature; a year into LinkedIn ProFinder; Facebook’s ad format for print catalogs; Apple partners with Snapchat for AR; much more! Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content

A search marketer’s view of Facebook’s advertising platform

Search marketers, have you considered expanding into paid social? Columnist Ted Ives details some of the hurdles and difficulties he’s encountered in venturing into Facebook Ads territory. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Marketing Land – Internet Marketing News, Strategies & Tips

Facebook’s Eddie O’Neil takes over Platform as Deb Liu grows Marketplace

 There’s a new czar running Facebook’s developer platform tools. Because Facebook’s classifieds feature Marketplace is growing, it will now command the full attention of Deb Liu, who previously ran Platform. She’s now formally the VP of Marketplace. Eddie O’Neil, who was a director of product management after coming from Salesforce engineering, will be the new […]

A search marketer’s view of Facebook’s advertising platform

Search marketers, have you considered expanding into paid social? Columnist Ted Ives details some of the hurdles and difficulties he’s encountered in venturing into Facebook Ads territory. The post A search marketer’s view of Facebook’s advertising platform appeared first on Search… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Search Engine Land: News & […]

Download this: Why Facebook’s app looks so different

Facebook’s app is looking a lot different and, surprise surprise, not everyone is a fan. The company showed off the redesign back in August, when it introduced its latest News Feed updates. But the revamped mobile app is still gradually rolling out to everyone, so many people are just starting to see it.  SEE ALSO: […]

Facebook’s new Watch video hub rolls out to U.S. users

 Facebook’s latest push into video is now live. On Thursday, the new Watch tab popped up for U.S. users as the feature begins its proper roll-out. The Watch tab sits in some premium Facebook real estate, just under the News Feed and Messenger buttons on the main desktop navigation menu. On mobile, the feature hangs out […]

You’re not imagining it, Facebook’s ‘Like’ button is different

It’s not just you, Facebook’s “Like” button has a new look.  The iconic button has been given a redesign that’s still slowly making its way to all users. Instead of the previous solid-gray look, the new “Like” is now mostly white with a gray outline. The comment button has been given a similar treatment as […]

Digital Marketing News: SEO for Bing, Uncool Apps and Facebook’s Engagement Drop

Is it Worth Doing SEO for Bing? These Usage Stats May Surprise You [Infographic] In the SEO world we, unsurprisingly, hear about Google a lot. How much time have our collective SEOs devoted to Bing? With more than 5 billion searches per month and 59 million users, it’s time for us all to take notice. […]