This week’s #SoMash is here with the top stories from last week, including how much a Facebook fan is worth, insights on social ads from Buzzfeed, and touchscreen paper.
This week’s most clicked #Sports stories include: social media and sports infographic, NASCAR falling behind on social media, Boston Celtics unveiling fans’ tweets at TD Bank Garden, Mark Cuban’s thoughts on Facebook pages, and “Sports Illustrated” crowdsourcing cover of year’s final issue.
This week’s #SoMash is here with the top stories from last week, including including Grey Poupon’s “Society of Good Taste ” Facebook app, second screen apps for fantasy sports, and the 50 most creative Facebook brand pages.
If there’s one moment that Facebook users are dreading and anticipating at the same time, it’s the inevitable shift to Facebook Timeline. Like all past changes, Facebook’s March 30th transition to Timeline pages for all users presents yet another step in the evolution of social media.
The Monday #SoMash is here with the following social media stories from last week, including killer Facebook brand pages, an answer to your question about whether you should use Pinterest for your business, UNC’s social media movement, Google Analytics new social media marketing tool and MTV’s new “Artists” platform.
The major story last week was the announcement of Facebook Timeline for pages. Here are some other stories for your Monday #SoMash, including sports organizations getting the Timeline, Brad Keselowski’s infamous tweet, more trouble on Google+, Facebook users more aware of their privacy settings, and Pinterest driving views on YouTube.
Hope you had a great holiday and Santa brought you what you wanted! This week we’ve got the Super Bowl live streaming online, Facebook’s private messages between pages and fans, and Twitter handles on jerseys.
Two weeks ago, German marketing agency Divia released a blog post and infographic inspired by our “Top 30 Teams on Facebook” white paper ranking each of the twenty (20) Champions League teams from 2011 according to the strength of their Facebook Page marketing. Dankeschön Divia for the shout out!
When Google+ debuted a few weeks ago, the first question naturally was could it compete with the almighty titan Facebook? While there are obviously many differences between the two social networking platforms, the primary functionality of both products puts them squarely in direct competition with each other.
Happy social Monday everybody! The Activ8Social team is still coming down from the incredible drama of the US Women’s National Team’s victory over Brazil in the World Cup yesterday. We truly hope that you did not miss the amazing action! This week’s top stories include the launch of Crowd Seats, the NBA’s lockout tweeting rules, eBay’s purchase of Zong, and Facebook implementing video chat.
There’s no arguing that group buying sites aren’t popular and successful. Now Crowd Seats, which launched last week, is trying to jump on board and introduce sports ticketing to the daily deals masses. The new deals site is offering “tickets to your favorite sporting events at 50-90% off face value” through an email subscription based service.