Yet Another Facebook Story: Not The Sarah Lacy Interview

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Reach MySpacers Where They Live

MySpace is making display advertising easy for bands, local retailers, or anyone else hoping to connect with an audience on the hugely popular social network. According to Ad Age, MyAds which debuts today allows advertisers to spend as little as $25. The service helps advertisers to upload their creative, choose a budget from $25 to […]

Yet Another Facebook Story: Smells Like Money

Quick, what’s a “Friend Feed?” That’s easy, a “Friend Feed” is the digital space where you see what’s up with your community of contacts that use social media. It’s like a stock ticker, but you monitor your friends, instead of companies. Twitter and Facebook both offer this functionality. In Facebook’s case, they went out and […]

Yet Another Facebook Story: Inviting Old Media to the Social

Brand managers are wringing their hands right now, saying, “Get me a Facebook strategy, pronto!” Hopefully, their agency partners have one at the ready. The New York Times doesn’t know the likelihood of that, but the newspaper does know CNN–a media company that likely didn’t need an agency’s help–is all over it. This week, CNN […]

Take That, MyFaceSpace

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You Are What You Click

It looks as if the natural order of things on the Internet has been completely changed. From Yahoo News: Social networking sites are the hottest attraction on the Internet, dethroning pornography and highlighting a major change in how people communicate, according to a web guru. Bill Tancer, a self-described “data geek,” has analyzed information for […]

Yet Another Facebook Story: Kvetching About The New Design

I guess I picked a good time to reactivate my Facebook account, as I prefer the new design. Leveraging the social graph though, that’s above my pay grade (to speak in the lipstick-enhanced political parlance of the day). [via Valleywag]

Yet Another Facebook Story: I’m Back

A number of months ago I deactivated my Facebook account. It was liberating, and I didn’t give it much thought once the deed was done. But last Thurday at InVerge 2008 in Portland, one of the really smart speakers convinced me to get back on the horse, as it were. Tony Uphoff, CEO of Techweb […]