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The recent launch of Facebook’s new Paper app, marks a new foray for the major social network into new, more-news-focused waters. Before, the convolution of news buried deep in your Facebook feed, sandwiched between FAILBLOG gifs and Buzzfeed articles (usually the same thing), left your news feed with very little focus. Facebook’s Paper addresses this […]

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Facebook Stops Sponsored Ads in Search

By: | June 17, 2013 | View: 3751

Facebook has officially stopped allowing advertisers to pay for spots within user’s search results. But what does this mean for advertisers on Facebook? Read on to find out.

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Opinion: “Worse is Better”

By: | December 5, 2012 | View: 11184

  “The Rise of Worse is Better”[1] is an excerpt from a presentation by Richard P. Gabriel.[2] The entire presentation is about the programming language Lisp.[3] However, a smaller part contains an important observation with broader applications. Today, the following questions are subject to conversation: why has Google+ plateaued and Facebook continued to rise? Why don’t Microsoft’s […]

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Facebook Continues to Improve its Search Engine

By: | September 11, 2012 | View: 3627

Facebook as had a search engine for a long time. But the idea of this search engine competing with a Google or a Bing has always seemed far, far away. I don’t know why, they have the resources. I guess we just didn’t feel like they had the will. Well on September 11, 2012, Mark […]

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Facebook Wages War Against Spam Schemes

By: | April 11, 2012 | View: 16128

The Facebook is doing really well. For example, Facebook post engagement rose 176% in the first quarter of 2012 when compared to the same time last year. This is no doubt largely due to the new Facebook timeline success. Furthermore, ad spend on Facebook is up 93%. Many things are looking bright for the soon […]

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There has been an ugly rumor going around, started by some very large companies in fact, that Google cannot crawl Facebook pages. As many of you know, Google has had problems crawling JavaScript and Ajax in the past. There are of course modifications you can make to help get this type of online content indexed, […]

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