Friday, November 9, 2012

Around The Net

  • Facebook Bugs Continue To CrawlaimClear

    Marty Weintraub seems to have found a bug in Facebook that allows accounts to exceed the spend limit setting, along with contradictions in various places throughout the social site's help screens. He details each and tells marketers what to watch for and why these two bugs are important to fix.  ...Read the whole story

  • Pinterest Adds Privacy SettingsPinterest

    Pinterest added a feature called Secret Board that allows users to create up to three boards that people on an invite-only basis can see. In other words, it's called a privacy setting. Evrhet Milam tells us how to create the board and lock it down. When users add a pin to a secret board, it won't show up anywhere else on Pinterest. ...Read the whole story

  • Twitter Trend Makes Football Chants PC The Telegraph

    The jokes, collected under the hashtag #PolitcallyCorrectFootballChants, take the crude humour of football chants and replace expletives with less offensive terms. In one example, for instance, a well-known football chant about pies is changed into: "You portly gentleman, you portly gentleman, you seem to have eaten all the pies". One of the most popular examples so far, which has been retweeted more than 150 times, was by spoof Mario Balotelli account @balotellinot. ...Read the whole story

Facebook's Newest Ad Offering

Improving advertising performance on Facebook has long been an issue for advertisers. Facebook Custom Audience helps brands to deepen engagement with their audience as they spend time on social networks. You can reach your audience where ...More