Facebook’s removal of 4 ad targeting options does not apply to existing campaigns

The disabling of ads targeted based on people’s employers, schools, fields of study and job titles only applies to new campaigns. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Marketing Land – Internet Marketing News, Strategies & Tips

IMO Free Video Calls And Chat For Android

There are some different routes for introducing imo for pc without bluestack, however, i will say a portion of the most effortless strides for how to utilize moment errand person effectively with no issues. you simply need to take after straightforward strides, and it will do its work. For Video calling from PC to PC […]

#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 $ 1 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

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 […]

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 original programming debuts to fill massive reality TV void

If you wake up every morning believing the world would be a better place with more reality TV shows, then Facebook has wonderful news for you. The social networking company has released its first two original video programs: Ball in the Family and Virtually Dating. “I like the way my hand goes through your entire […]

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. […]

Facebook’s Andrew Bosworth is taking over the company’s consumer hardware efforts

 Veteran Facebook exec Andrew “Boz” Bosworth is taking over consumer hardware efforts at the company, including projects under groups like Building 8 and Oculus. The announcement was made internally by Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer, Business Insider reports. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the appointment to TechCrunch. Read More Social – TechCrunch