Facebook appears to be testing a “subscribe to page” button on page-Like stories in News Feed. With subscribe, users can receive News Feed updates from a page without indicating that they “Like” it. They can also add pages to interest … Continue reading →
Facebook page owners who want to know how many subscribers they have following their posts without Liking the page can see a list through a little known feature on Timeline. From the “admin panel” at the top of a page, … Continue reading →
Facebook tests subscribe button for pages to make it easier for users to receive updates without clicking LikePosted by Brittany Darwell, under Facebook, Featured, Pages, Subscribe
Some Facebook users are seeing a subscribe button on business pages that allows them to receive News Feed updates from a page without indicating that they “Like” it. Facebook confirmed that it was testing the feature, which was first reported … Continue reading →
Facebook users who allow public subscribers can now see which interest lists they have been added to by visiting the subscribers tab on Timeline. The change gives public figures a more complete understanding of their reach on Facebook. Previously, users … Continue reading →
Bespoke Post, a new e-commerce startup using the subscription-based “box of the month” model, is making a splashy public debut next week thanks to a new partnership with Details magazine, a Condé Nast property. Although the service has been open to the public since the beginning of April, the deal with Details is going to put the subscription club for men in front of a much wider audience.
The company is also currently in the processing of raising a seed round of $500,000 which is now half-closed, we’re told, with 500 Startups, Fabrice Grinda of OLX, Jose Marin of IG Expansion, and other angels on board.
Facebook now assigns permanent links to all comments on the site and hides spam comments rather than just marking them with a darker background. The company announced the improvements in a post on its Facebook + Journalists page. With the addition … Continue reading →
Facebook updated the design of the permanent link page for individual posts to reflect the look and feel of Timeline this week. It also added a prominent Like button for pages and a subscribe button for users who allow subscribers. Every post … Continue reading →
News is no longer the well-written article or a controversial headline by reporters. The way news is disseminated within a new social medium seems to have made users into journalists, where the user can exercise a wide variety of information of what they consider as newsworthy and through the source of their choice. It is [...]
Facebook today announced that users will be able to group pages and public figures into “interest lists” so that they can filter their News Feed by topic. We spotted this feature last week and suggested it would be another challenge … Continue reading →
Facebook will allow a small number of public figures to verify their accounts beginning today, a spokesperson from the company confirms. Users with verified accounts will appear more often in “People To Subscribe To” recommendations on the site, but unlike … Continue reading →