All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Facebook Mobile’

Mobile Or Web? Facebook Doesn’t Care As Long As They’re Part Of It

Facebook has always had a powerful Web presence and they’re slowly, but surely, making their way into the mobile space. What about the developers who want to make their app connect with Facebook in some way, but not sure which platform to go with? Facebook makes your choice simple – both. In a post on their blog, Facebook outlined some …

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Android Users Really Like Facebook Mobile Ads

It seems that Facebook mobile ads are working. That may have been a bit of an understatement as our original report found that the CTR for mobile ads (sponsored stories) was four times higher than all ad placements. That’s not only working, it’s a bustling city of tiny advertising commerce. The question now is who’s driving this massive spike in …

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Facebook Likes Invade Open Graph Mobile Apps

The Like is the center of the Facebook experience. That simple expression has driven Facebook from college pet project to public company worth billions. Unfortunately, one pillar of the Facebook experience has been missing the Like for some time now. It’s time to fix that. Facebook announced today that the Like function is now available on mobile apps. While the …

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Facebook Lets Users Buy Their Way Onto News Feeds

As much as Facebook would love to still portray itself as a collection of care-free hackers working for its social network users, the company now has investors to answer to. Now that the company has gone public, it will have to report its quarterly earnings to shareholders, who will expect nothing but growth. Facebook is keenly aware of this, and …

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Facebook Announces Mobile Hacks Roadshow Winners

Google isn’t the only company that’s down for some good ol’ hackathons. Facebook loves getting in on the action too. That’s why the company hosted the Mobile Hacks Roadshow, a global hackathon event that focused on mobile app development. The Roadshow events were held in nine cities over the course of two months. The cities included were New York, Boston, …

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