News and Articles About Facebook
Facebook's recent hire of Gowalla's geosocial team may signal the launch of Timeline, sooner.
Think having Facebook fans doesn't matter? Consider this: People who "like" your business are three times more likely to make purchases than those who don't.
Here are three ways your business can best utilize the latest social network.
Small business owners have long criticized social media as being cumbersome and time-consuming. But now, the benefits appear to be winning out.
Comedian Adam Carolla created a podcast that launched to No. 1 in no time. Here's how he keeps fans coming back and how other entrepreneurs can too.
New York court ruling muddies the waters surrounding what employers can and cannot demand of their employees' social media activities.
From star-studded boutique hotels to a small business near you, using social media as a customer service tool is a no-brainer.
Social media marketing is a great way to network and share information.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg urges consumers across the country to support independent merchants on Nov. 26.
The social-networking giant joins the International Franchise Association, with plans to appear at the trade group's annual meeting.
Call it a bubble or not, Groupon's lower valuation may throw a wrench in it.
A look at how the third-largest social network built a following, plus hiring tips for expanding businesses.
Building a media colossus isn't easy, but using social media can help. Here's how Ben Huh of I Can Has Cheezburger? is continually perfecting his company's strategy.
Starting up a gaming company can be complex. Here are some tips that Row Sham Bow CEO learned to stay focused.
Facebook posts about work may be protected speech -- giving small employers more of a reason to seek professional advice when crafting a social-media policy.
While users bemoan its most recent changes, Facebook's update may be a good thing for businesses and brands.
Now 800 million members strong, the social media giant reveals major changes and a slew of new features.
Americans are spending more time on social networks and blogs, according to a new study from Nielsen. Here's what that means for you.
If a new report is to be believed, using a third-party tool to post Facebook updates may actually do more harm than good.
New guide is a big help for business owners new to the popular social network, but trial and error will still be required.
The percentage of adults using social media sites on a daily basis continues to rise. Here's how to update your communications strategy accordingly.
Starr Hall on finding resources and creative ideas to attract the right social media fans.
Boosting the effectiveness of your Facebook publishing strategy is easy if you know the answers to these seven questions.
If your HR department or hiring manager is thinking about vetting job applicants via social media sites, consider these consequences.
While its customer satisfaction score jumped by 3 percent in 2011, Facebook continues to disappoint the masses.
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