Tag Archive: Facebook

Facebook to Launch Mobile Ads

Facebook announced plans this week to launch ads in its mobile apps, a first since its entrance into the mobile space.¬†According to a Financial Times report, these mobile ads on Facebook will be… Continue reading

A Preview of the Week Ahead

Lets take a look at some of the exciting marketing things I’ll be pondering this week. First off, I’ll take a look at the reaction to the new JCPenney pricing and marketing strategy.… Continue reading

Sponsored Stories in Real-Time Ticker

Well, as reported by Mashable this morning, Facebook will now be posting Sponsored Stories ads in the real-time ticker. This is exciting news, as in my experience, Sponsored Stories perform much better than… Continue reading

Exciting Change in Position

Well, it has been a while since I’ve made a post on this blog, and that’s because I’ve been relatively busy making my professional transition to a new job in advertising. Beginning next… Continue reading

Google+ Launch with Brands and Ford: Messy Start or Planned Publicity?

So with my excitement for Google+ a few weeks ago comes the sudden realization of my day to day activities: is there room in my life for Google+? Between Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, my… Continue reading

Google+ Means Plus

Well, I finally go the opportunity to use Google+! I have been invited and have set up my profile, added a few friends to my circles, and started learning about the Sparks –… Continue reading

Google+ : A Breath of Fresh Air

If you haven’t yet heard, Google has decided to yet again take on Facebook, creating its own social media network. The network, called “Google+”, is a fun, different way to approach social media.… Continue reading

Facebook Losing Members

It came as a top story in the marketing world: Facebook was losing members in the very regions where Facebook began. Numbers show that Facebook lost nearly 6 million members in the US… Continue reading

The Social Shopper

Well, it looks like the way we shop will change once more. Anyone else remember back when they actually had to go into a store to see the prices of things? When catalogs… Continue reading

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