Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Facebook subscribe

  • On average, journalists using Facebook's subscribe feature have seen a 320 percent increase in subscribers since November, according to a Facebook analysis of 25 journalists.
  • (Mediabistro.com)
  • Facebook has been making an effort to attract journalists through its subscribe feature. Apparently it has had some considerable degree of success. Those using the tool have reportedly seen an average increase of 320% since it was launched in November.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • A Facebook analysis studying journalists' use of the subscribe feature finds that the group have experienced a 320 percent average increase in subscribers since November, 2011.
  • (AllFacebook)
  • Last week, the social network expanded on that with a new music-sharing feature.
  • (CNET News)
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  • (eGMCarTech (blog))
  • I reach out broadly, knowing that I can curate my newsfeed with tools that Facebook makes to help dial up and down different voices and topics. Step Two: I give all friends the benefit of the doubt.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Comments Box has been a big win for Facebook, giving it exposure, driving use of its Subscribe feature, and demonstrating how Facebook authenticated identity can make the internet a more civil place.
  • (Salon)
  • Or, in other words, Facebook fans of a brand dont suddenly become super-shoppers of that brand – in many ways, they already are. And thats why theyre fans. For more from David, subscribe to him on Facebook: David Murphy.
  • (PC Magazine)
  • Subscribe to my updates at Facebook.com/DanSchawbel. In this interview, Philip talks about what inspired his book about his experiences at Harvard Business School, how you can get admitted, and more. In 2008, you wrote "Ahead of the Curve.
  • (Forbes)
  • As Facebook pushes its subscribe feature further and emphasizes sharing more and more, however, the social networking giant is only going to see more public content from its users, and thus so will the FBI.
  • (ZDNet)

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