Posts Tagged ‘Facebook Pages’

Facebook Business Pages – Still Worth Your Time and Money?

Monday, December 8th, 2014
Photo by Chris Annable

Photo by Chris Annable

Since last year, we’ve been seeing repeated warnings about the diminishing reach of Facebook Pages. It should have been indication enough when Facebook stopped calling them Fan Pages, and began referring to them simply as ‘Pages,’ which in turn caused the general public to refer to them ‘Like Pages’ or ‘Business Pages’ to help distinguish them from ordinary users.


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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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