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The New Facebook 'Donate' Button: What You Need To Know

December 21, 2013 by Steven Shattuck

Facebook Donate Button

On December 15th, Facebook announced a new feature: the “Donate Now” button, which allows donors to contribute directly to a nonprofit without ever leaving Facebook.com. The button will be visible on posts from the nonprofit, as well as at the top of the nonprofit’s Facebook page.[read more]

5 New Facebook Features Your Nonprofit Needs to Know About

June 29, 2013 by Julia Campbell

Love them or hate ‘em, hashtags have been used for years on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and most recently LinkedIn video-sharing site Vine. This is fantastic for getting exposure to new people. When you leave a comment on a Facebook post, you can now attach a photo with it.[read more]


An open letter to Facebook

June 12, 2012 by Tommy Walker

Facebook, you have done a wonderful job of fixing what was never broken, and have not given enough credit or focus to the areas where you have been truly innovative and potentially game changing.[read more]

Why I Will Never Invest In Facebook

May 21, 2012 by Jeff Gibbard

Photo by Dser1 via Flickr

I’m no fan of Facebook, I think that’s clear by now; what’s funny is that at one time, I was a fan.There was a point in time where Facebook was the cool place to be.  It was vastly superior to MySpace. It was clean, straightforward and untarnished…just a place to interact with friends and family.  There were no stupid games,...[read more]


How to get the best out of the new Facebook pages design?

March 12, 2012 by Houssem Daoud

If we look at social media marketing, then we will realize that spammers don’t really have a lot of room there. Some of them will spend few dollars on getting cheap fans and followers, but they eventually realize that they have been only wasting time and money.[read more]

Google + - Another Tombstone for the Social Media Graveyard?

November 21, 2011 by Alex Walker

"Having been using Google + for a couple of months now, I’m still undecided. There are parts I’m really fond of, like the clutter free UI and parts I really dislike, such as the people finder. The latest figures show a thirteen-fold growth in traffic to Google + since their public launch, so there may be hope yet for the network’s survival."[read more]

Introducing the NEW Facebook Timeline

November 21, 2011 by Nikki Peters

"You may have heard that Facebook will be rolling out their new profiles and features, including "Facebook Time Line". As developers for Facebook, the team at MarketMeSuite got early access to it. This post explains the new lay out and features. The big change is actually on your own page, not so much on your news feed/homepage. The layout is completely new and different."[read more]

What the Facebook Mobile Changes Mean to Marketers and Advertisers

October 14, 2011 by Steve Olenski

Head of mobile products at Facebook Erick Tseng said just a few weeks ago that Facebook will "become a mobile company." And based on recent announcements it appears that's precisely where they're headed and mobile marketing and mobile advertising folks would be wise to pay close attention.[read more]


Why Facebook's New Metrics are A Big Plus for Brands

October 4, 2011 by George Guildford

"...never have there been so many significant changes announced in such a short space of time before. In fact, I would go as far as to say that the latest updates announced during and since the f8 conference represent the biggest evolution of Facebook to date."[read more]

What the Changes to Facebook Mean to Marketers and Advertisers

September 26, 2011 by Steve Olenski

In case you missed the news, and quite frankly how could you... Facebook unveiled some major changes during their annual f8 conference. And marketers and advertisers would be wise to take notice.[read more]

Facebook Ditches Deals and Places; Location Isn’t a Walk in the Park

August 30, 2011 by Danny Whatmough

"Facebook seems to be rethinking its approach to location. Following a number of large-scale changes to features on the site last week, it has also announced the closure of two of its relatively young location-based products; Facebook Places and Facebook Deals."[read more]