This week, the company’s Vice President, Ads & Business Products Dan Levy has provided a new overview of its evolving business focus, and the key elements that Facebook’s looking to maximize as it continues to build for the next generation of user behaviors. And there are some valuable pointers and notes here – first off, Levy outlines Facebook’s […]

It seems like every time another social app comes out with any feature that’s even the slightest bit useful, Facebook is like ‘we can do that too’, doesn’t it? Last week, some Facebook users began seeing this new prompt appear within their posting process: That’s right, as per this example posted by Varon Kerolli (and shared by Matt Navarra), Facebook is working

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Want more profit from your Facebook ads? Wondering how to improve your return on ad spend (ROAS)? In this article, you’ll discover four ways to improve your Facebook return on ad spend. Why Increasing Return on Ad Spend Is Important Before diving into ways to increase your Facebook ROAS, we first need to define what

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Facebook announced that it would add information to its community standards about its so-called satire exception when moderating content. The change was made in response to a recent decision by its Oversight Board that required it to reinstate a comment with an adaption of the “two buttons” meme commenting on Turkey’s response to the Armenian genocide. This week, in a news

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Facebook Delays Taking a Cut on Paid Events and Fan Subscriptions till 2023

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not happy with Apple, and he’s not afraid to call them out by name in airing his grievances. As you can see here, Zuckerberg has today announced that its creator revenue tools, including paid online events, fan subscriptions and badges, will remain free for creators to use up until 2023. Facebook

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With eCommerce on the rise, fueled by the various COVID-19 lockdowns and mitigation measures around the world, virtually every online platform is now working to align with this shift, and facilitate new shopping processes to help connect consumers with the most relevant recommendations and offers. And Google is arguably in the best position to facilitate

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Facebook has unveiled a raft of new messaging features across Messenger, Instagram Direct and Messenger Kids, with new, themed stickers and backgrounds, visual replies and read receipts on IG, improved audio recording tools and an updated archive feature. None of these new tools is groundbreaking, necessarily, but they do all add something extra, which could be helpful

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Facebook has added a new range of emotional health resources to mark the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month, which builds on the platform’s existing range of self-help tips, exercises, and external links available via its Mental Health Resource Center, in order to facilitate support. As explained by Facebook: “We’ve worked with leading authorities around the world

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Gmail, Google Pay, other Android apps crash; tech giant working on a fix

The issue is being caused by a service called Android WebView, a Chrome-powered feature that allows users to view webpages in Android apps; Google has asked users to use web versions of apps. Several Android users were baffled by notifications informing that many of the Google applications, including Gmail, have crashed. The affected apps also

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Parler has now been booted by Amazon, Apple and Google, and it may have to go offline temporarily

Parler, the alternative social media platform favored by conservatives, now finds itself virtually homeless on the internet as Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOGL) have all booted it from their platforms in a span of a little more than 24 hours. Amazon will remove Parler from its cloud hosting service, Amazon Web Services, Sunday evening, effectively kicking it off of the public

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