As the tryptophan from a Thanksgiving feast starts to wear off, many people will start making resolutions to improve their health. There are several fitness Facebook apps that can help people keep track of their diet and exercise, which can lead to a routine.
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Facebook users (and brands) love posting photos. As Superfish points out in an infographic, there are more than 350 million photos uploaded to Facebook every day.
You’d be surprised to know just how many of those photos are memes, and dog photos are actually more popular than cats. Check out the infographic to learn more.
Thanksgiving is a day for family, football … and food. All over the U.S., families will take to the dining table and share a special meal. Food is also a very popular topic on Facebook, as food and beverage pages are among the most-liked.
Through PageData, we can see which food and beverage pages are the most popular on Facebook, with Coca-Cola leading the pack.
For Facebook and its advertisers, 2014 could be a big year as more companies get on board or become more knowledgeable about what the site can deliver.
As Facebook toys with introducing more video into the mobile and desktop News Feeds, advertisers will look for ways to capitalize and capture users’ attention. But that’s not all that’s coming in 2014. We talked with James Borow, CEO of Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer SHIFT, to find out what will be the trends next year in Facebook advertising.
Flightpath, a leading creative digital agency that helps brands forge consumer connections through strategic marketing initiatives, successfully increased digital brand awareness for Goya Foods by providing counsel and execution of the brand’s integrated digital media approach.
Over the course of a year and a half, Goya saw a 188 percent increase in website traffic and expanded its reach on Facebook, where it saw a fanbase growth from 1,600 to 150,355.
The award was given in recognition of the company’s growth over the past two years, as Glow now has offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Berlin.
Every month, AgoraPulse tracks a few industries in terms of Facebook page performance. Among the verticals this month? Artists, jewelry/watches, home decor, spas, church/religious organizations and travel/leisure.
While Facebook pages dedicated to jewelry had a higher fan count, artists, home decor pages and pages for religious organizations were better for engagement in October. Want to see how other industries performed? Check out the infographic below.
Facebook has been testing tweaks to the desktop version of chat, and many users are seeing the latest test right now — bubbles. Facebook has tested bubbles before, and we’ve reached out to Facebook to see if this is another test or something that the site is working on rolling out.
Update: A Facebook spokesperson responded, saying that it is a test that was rolled out to all users.
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