Thursday, February 23, 2012

Facebook for business

  • Although 48 of the top 50 brands in the latest A.T. Kearney Social Media Study have Facebook pages, the way they use these pages is falling far short of what customers expect when it comes to social media.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The state House has passed a measure that resolves confusion over the Oregon tax laws that apply to Facebook. The Houses unanimous vote on Wednesday sends the measure to Gov. John Kitzhaber, who has previously voiced support for it.
  • (MSN Money)
  • My Review Line is a growing recommendation network on Facebook. The application will have reviews and recommendations for businesses from Facebook friends, trusted sources.
  • (PRWeb)
  • Before you launch your brand presence on Facebook, you need to make sure that your vanity URL is available — and that it's simple and easy to remember.
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  • Some people thought that persuading visitors to shop would be easy, Mulpuru said. David Fisch, Facebook's director of business development, said in June that the site would make shopping online, previously a solitary experience, more social.
  • (Businessweek)
  • Heres the key to B2B success on Facebook: Embrace the idea of it as a rich network that allows you to connect with prospects and customers--in other words, actual people.
  • (Entrepreneur)
  • Google Inc.'s display-advertising business is growing faster than anticipated and is on track to surpass that of Facebook Inc. next year, according to research published Wednesday. According to data from eMarketer, Facebook's U.S.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Facebook Inc. is seeking to more than double the size of The 591,000 square feet of commercial space purchased or rented by U.S. businesses compares with about 59,000 square feet in 2007. Most of the U.S.
  • (Businessweek)

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