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F8 Conference 2017: Predictions and Insights for Social Media Marketing

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

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At this year’s Facebook Developer Conference, social media marketers can look forward to insightful sessions, interactive demos, and announcements of launches and major changes to the company’s family of applications and services: Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Messenger, Oculus, Workplace, Audience Network, and Internet.org.

 

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F8 Conference 2016 Highlights: Bots, 360° Video, and VR

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

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Facebook dominated the marketing and tech newsreels last week, thanks to announcements made during its annual F8 developers’ conference. Although the event is primarily aimed at developers, it’s when the company announces some of its biggest news and unveils services and features that users can expect in the coming months.

 

 

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Open Graph: Now Serving 50,000

Thursday, April 29th, 2010


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Facebook continues to be highly influential in molding what is now becoming a significantly more innovative and social Web though not without missteps along the way. Not bad for a social networking site borne out of having a little too much time on Mark Zuckerberg’s hands and involved hacking into his school’s protected network.

Through Facebook’s F8 developer conference held recently, the company has introduced some of the most instrumental developments for the company and possibly, the direction the Internet is headed. The announcement that garnered the most impact was the Open Graph protocol and its accompanying API.

 

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Facebook’s Open Graph Attempts To Integrate The Entire Web

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Through Facebook’s F8 developer conference, the company has introduced some of the most instrumental developments for the company and possibly, the direction the Internet is headed.

On its first conference in 2007, it was the Facebook Platform and the introduction of the concept of the social graph which practically connects everyone on the site through common friends and similar interests. A year later, the site pushed for integration with other Web sites with the launch of Facebook Connect.

This year however, Facebook has unveiled the Open Graph protocol to make the Web even more solidly connected by enabling site owners and Web developers to integrate their Web sites into the so-called social graph. Once there, Facebook users can establish connections with it the same way they connect with Facebook Pages.

 

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