Facebook : ajoutez la fonctionnalité diaporama à vos albums photo. Invite Email Contacts to Like your Facebook Page with “Tell your Fans” Facebook Page admins can now send all their email contacts an invitation to Like their Page through a new tool called “Tell your Fans”.
Contacts can be imported directly from supported email web services or uploaded through a contact file. The tool is available to “admins of any new or smaller Pages”, and can help businesses convert their email database they’ve built for years into a Facebook audience. Facebook added friend-to-friend Page suggestions in mid-2009. Earlier this year, Facebook began allowing users to send app and game invitations to their email contacts.
Previously, Page admins could only manually select friends to send invitations to, and couldn’t send them to those not on Facebook or who weren’t their friends. Now, Page admins can go to the Page Admin Interface, click the “Marketing” sidebar navigation link, and choose the new “Tell your Fans” tool. Admins are given two options: Upload a Contact file, or Find Your Web Email Contacts. [Facebook] Récapitulatif d'informations : Facebook. Study Reveals Why Consumers Fan Facebook Pages. Have you ever wondered why people decide to become fans of Facebook pages?
Understanding the reasons people become fans can help your business or brand develop better strategies. In this article, I take a look at two studies. The first reveals why consumers fan businesses on Facebook. The second one examines how marketers are keeping up with the ever-changing world of social media. #1: Nearly 40% of Consumers “Like” Companies on Facebook to Publicly Display Their Brand Affiliation to Friends As Facebook grows, we’re able to learn even more about the behaviors and preferences of its users. Nearly 40% of Facebook users who become fans do so to receive discounts and promotions and 39% become fans to show their support for a brand to their friends. . #2: Marketers Are Challenged to Stay Up-to-Date on the Latest Social Media Developments It’s no surprise that marketers are struggling to stay current with the constantly fluctuating social media trends.
Slap A QR Code On That Product So That People Can Like It. Facebook like buttons are now everywhere on the Web—on products, status messages, and blog posts like this one.
It’ so easy to like things—just one click—that people do it all the time. But what about when you are walking along the street and you see something in a window that you really like, or in a magazine, or a product you are holding in your hands? Up until now, you’d have to keep those feelings of mild approval to yourself, or resort to a Tweet. But soon, you may be able to actually like those things on Facebook as you run across them in the real world by scanning a mobile QR code—those 2D bar codes that look like television snow. A new service called Likify, created by Belgian company Boondoggle Lifelabs, just launched that allows marketers to add QR codes to products and signs, and then link those QR codes to a Facebook like button. Engineers and brands love QR codes because they make it possible to link the real world to the Internet in interesting ways. New Facebook Groups Designed to Change the Way You Use Facebook. Facebook has just revealed a new version of Groups at its live press conference in Palo Alto, California.
Facebook Groups are a shared space where members can participate in communal activities like group chat, e-mail lists, document sharing and group photo-tagging. The new Groups product was built from the ground up; Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Groups is an entirely new product that only shares the name in common with the old Groups functionality. The old Groups will continue to remain in place, but moving forward members will only be able to create new Groups. Groups are closed by default (but can be secret or open) and are designed to be spaces where small groups of friends share information, with each group controlled by the entirety of its members — an important new direction for Facebook. The group chat feature is just as it sounds; members can participate in back-and-forth IM conversations with everyone in the group at the same time. FanGager.
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