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Netropolitan - Facebook without the peasants.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a private space online? One where you could meet with friends, share photographs, trivial and important news, vintage wine tips, and yacht parking secrets, all the while knowing that you were safe from the inane ramblings of the lower classes? 633 more words

Digital Culture

What´s App Facebook? 4 Questions You Need to Ask to Understand The Acquisition of WhatsApp

Facebook´s acquisition of WhatsApp for about 19 billion (!) is the biggest deal ever for venture-capital-backed startup. As far as the money goes, it is naturally mind-boggling amount of cash but strategically I am trying to get my head around this. 484 more words

Strategy

Facebook Embarks on Ad Evolution

Facebook wants friends on Madison Avenue.

March 1, 2012 -Scot Martin – USA TODAY


At a splashy New York City event, the social-networking giant pitched “Premium on Facebook” as a new way for advertisers to pay to mingle ads across the pages and mobile phones of Facebook members. 303 more words

Social Media News

12 Important Changes Coming with Facebook Timeline for Pages

Yesterday Facebook announced the next installment of its Timeline layout, Timeline for Pages. We anticipated that this change was coming to brand Pages and assumed some of the changes, but yesterday we learned exactly how Facebook Pages will change on March 30, 2012, when Timeline for Pages is rolled out to all Pages. 1,146 more words

Phil Wocken

Facebook Premium: Ads Everywhere, Ads Everywhere, Ads

Facebook held its much-anticipated fMC event (Facebook Marketing Conference or “for more cash,” depending on your perspective) at the Museum of Natural History in New York today. 341 more words

Facebook Timeline

Facebook Premium? Yes Please!

I have been setting up a few Facebook fan pages lately, and one of the things I have noticed is that I would like to have more control of what exactly fans are allowed to do. 281 more words

Monetization Strategy

Facebook Launches Classic and Premium Versions (Post Updated Below)

It seems Facebook is getting deep into making its site layout friendlier for its users. It has been hardly any time that Facebook set up its latest design update, and the social networking giant is at it again –this time by launching a couple of beta services in form of Facebook Classic and Facebook Premium. 523 more words

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