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At Wednesday's announcement of Google's +1 , the company was coy about comparing its experimental product to the longstanding Facebook Like button. But in the two companies' ongoing battle for ad dollars, +1 is a clear shot across Facebook's bow. Let's follow the money for a moment. Both companies get most of their revenue from advertising.
Personalize a tira de fotos que fica no topo do seu perfil e deixe do seu jeito. Explore o espaço e tenha um perfil diferenciado. Já tem um tempo que o Facebook mudou o layout do perfil dos usuários. Aqui no Tudo Sobre Facebook já falamos diversas dicas para uso profissional e hoje vamos falar sobre como customizar as fotos do topo do seu perfil . A faixa que fica embaixo das informações do seu perfil exibe as 6 últimas fotos onde você foi marcado. Existem duas maneiras de personalizar essa tira de fotos.
A new Google Chrome extension makes extracting Facebook contacts a lot easier, helping users more easily reconstruct their respective social graphs on Google+. UPDATE: Facebook has blocked this tool . The extension, called Facebook Friend Exporter , lets you to export details that your Facebook friends have already shared with you, including their names, email addresses, phone numbers, websites, addresses and birthdays. The information can be saved as a CSV file or imported directly into your Gmail address book as a folder labeled "Imported from Facebook."
If you didn't watch Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook announcements last week — and of course the vast majority of Facebook users did not — you may be in for a surprise. Aside from the dramatically redesigned Facebook Timeline profile pages, which roll out in the coming weeks (and which I've grown to love), Facebook's new system to auto-share what you do around the web may catch many Facebook addicts off guard. In fact, even those people who know exactly how this new feature works may need to be on guard against sharing some seriously embarrassing updates. For those not in the loop: Facebook is making sharing even easier by automatically sharing what you're doing on Facebook-connected apps. Instead of having to "Like" something to share it, you'll just need to click "Add to Timeline" on any website or app, and that app will have permission to share your activity with your Facebook friends. What activity, you ask?
Does posting to Facebook via third-party apps make any difference to how engaged your fans are? Does Facebook's algorithm discriminate against content management apps? The people at Applum , creators of Edgerank Checker, decided to find out.
Facebook's gone through some profound changes lately, which is exciting to us , but leaves others in a profound state of anger and frustration. Like it or not, all is not perfect with the world's largest social network, and here's an infographic by a company that's more than happy to point out Facebook's shortcomings. This " Facebook Wall of Shame " was created by WordStream, Inc. , a provider of search marketing software and services. Apparently Facebook 's release of its iPad app left the company cold.
Facebook's "awesome" announcement next week has been spoiled. The social network will reportedly be unveiling a Skype-powered video chat platform. Facebook's Seattle team was behind the new feature, according to TechCrunch . Skype and Facebook already have a serious partnership that integrated Facebook social data directly into the Skype client. Now it looks like Skype will be coming to Facebook.
Although users have generally applauded Facebook 's new visual Timeline design, they may still need some time to get used to the changes. To help you switch over from the old design to the new, we've pulled together 10 simple Timeline tips and tricks, including how to hide content from your Timeline, how to emphasize what you want to show off, and how to activate other useful customization options. Take a look through the gallery above to see our top tips and tricks for getting started.