Facebook Honors MySpace, Adds Mood To Posts

Out with the old, in with… no wait how does that goo? If you don’t have something new, use something old?? Anyway, Facebook has added a throw back to the MySpace mood. You remember MySpace right. “Bryan is feeling happy.. is feeling sad …feeling bored….” —- Actually there’s a bit more to it too. You […]

Ready or Not Here They Come – Facebook Pages Get Timeline on March 30, 2012

You’ve probably seen or heard about timeline on Facebook’s personal profiles. As Facebook adapts to compete with  competitors such as the newest social media sweetheart Pinterest, they are now rolling out Timeline to pages as well. The change will officially happen on March 20, 2012, however you can also test it now. There are quite […]

Facebook Updates Privacy Controls: Streamlines Inline Privacy Control

“New: Control privacy inline – when you post or after.” With Google’s new Google+ network Facebook has been forced to look at their privacy setting and tools again. Their reaction has been to update how you can control your privacy settings. Below is a quick pictorial tour of how the new tool works.   Who […]

Facebook Company Profile Not Visible to Public When Using Country Restrictions

Last week one of my clients Protocall Staffing (A staffing company serving southern and central NJ as well as southeast PA) discovered that their Facebook Company Profile was not visible to the public anymore. In order to view their company page you needed to be signed into Facebook. Previously it didn’t matter if you were […]

Facebook Updates Fan Pages

You may have noticed that there have been some changes to the fan pages. The layout now looks very much like personal profiles. Right now page owners can choose to upgrade to the new design, but on March 10th all pages will automatically be upgraded. Here are some of the new features: Receive notifications when […]

There’s No Hacking the New Facebook Pages Photo Bar

You may have noticed that Facebook recently upgraded their Pages. Actually the full upgrade will happen in March, but page admins have the option to upgrade now. Check out the changes to our page: Blackbird e-Solutions on Facebook. The new changes are meant to make pages look more like the new profiles that Facebook rolled […]

Facebook Allows to Access User’s Home Address & Mobile Number

In the latest privacy debate surrounding Facebook: Facebook Allows Developers to Access Users Home Address & Mobile Numbers: Read the Facebook blog post announcing change This could be something potentially dangerous, as a large majority of people don’t understand the privacy settings. When adding an app you will be prompted to allow the app to […]

Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook Returns to 60 Minutes (videos)

Mark Zuckerberg sat down with Lesley Stahl today to talk about Facebook and to release their new profile page design. If you missed the live broadcast you can watch it below. Let me know what you think of the new design in the comments. PART 1 PART 2 60 Minutes Overtime: Your New Facebook Page: […]

New Feature for Facebook Public Profiles: Post Insights

If you administer a Facebook public profile you may have noticed a new feature Facebook snuck in on us called Post Insights. Post Insights shows you the data for each post in the form of “Impressions” and “Feedback“. Impressions is how many times the post shows up in your fan’s news feed or when someone […]

Facebook Removing Boxes from Public Profiles

Last week Facebook announced to administrators of public profiles, that they will be finally be removing Boxes from public profiles on August 23, 2010. The Boxes will be replaced with “Applications Tabs. The idea is that it will simplify navigation and reduce complexity of the profiles. The move was also announced on the Facebook Developers […]