All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘frictionless sharing’

Facebook, Instagram Lose A Little More Friction

It has just become a little bit easier to share your favorite sepia-toned mini masterpieces with your adoring Facebook friends, as Instagram users now have a new way to share photos across the platform. Monday’s version 2.5 update gives users the opportunity to optionally share their photo “likes” to Facebook That means that every time you double-click one of your …

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Facebook Testing Sponsored Action Stories

A few weeks ago, Facebook launched their Sponsored Stories initiative to allow advertisers to promote specific posts within users’ news feed. The sponsored stories are not newly generated ads, but already-existing posts that companies can pay to promote after the fact. You can identify a Sponsored Stories by the impossible to see slightly visible gray text near the timestamp on …

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Washington Post Facebook App Nears 4 Million Users

The era of Facebook’s “frictionless sharing” is in full swing, and while some are still expressing privacy concerns and lamenting that Facebook is killing the essence of sharing, it appears that some folks are happy to hop on the wave of change. The Washington Post, D.C.’s largest and one of the U.S.’s most venerable papers, has announced that their Facebook …

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