Archive for the ‘Facebook’ Category

12 Dec

7 Reasons Why Teenagers Are Leaving Facebook

Author | Heather Johnson

reasons why teenagers are leaving facebook

“Teenagers are now leaving Facebook.” – This statement may come off as a shocker, but it’s proven to be true lately. Teens may be Internet-savvy, especially when it comes to social networking sites. But teenagers are now shying away on Facebook. Why is Facebook losing its appeal to teens? Here are seven solid reasons why teenagers are leaving Facebook: Read More »

19 Jun

Facebook Looking to Mobile Advertising Partnership With Samsung

Author | Rafay Farooq

Mobile Advertising Partnership

The Facebook-Samsung partnership rumors have got a new direction after some solid recent reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with the president of Samsung at Seoul head office while being on his official Asian tour. The main agenda behind this meeting has been speculated to be a new mobile advertising partnership between the two tech giants. The two CEOs have also been reported to have discussed on various other issues such as the advancement of IT around the globe. Read More »

4 Apr

What Can Google Learn From Facebook Graph Search?

Author | Heather Johnson

facebook graph search

After giving Facebook Graph Search a test ride, we think it’s brilliant. While many of the options are very personalized, relating to your likes, friends and photos, there’s still a lot to be said about the categorization which makes you wonder why Google never implemented anything like it. Even if Google were not compiling personal data, which we all know they have the capability to do by collecting data through Google Chrome, Google Plus and Gmail content, the sub-categories just make so much sense. Google is short on room for front page positions in search and has been pushing more results towards local, even when it doesn’t make sense. Sub-categories seem like a better solution and would offer more room, so to speak, without confining results to local areas. Read More »

9 Mar

When to Switch Off Facebook

Author | Heather Johnson

Switch Off Facebook

Wanna know when should you really switch off Facebook? Here’s what you need to answer, do you find yourself endlessly procrastinating by surfing on the Internet, posting on Facebook or Twitter, watching YouTube videos and reading blogs and emails? Have you been known to waste hours looking at vintage bags and crockery on eBay because you just can’t knuckle down and get on with your work. When you have a writing deadline you sometimes have to go to a Café to do your editing just so that you don’t get sucked into wilfing (surfing the web without any particular purpose). Add these online procrastination tools to all the more traditional ones, like washing up, vacuuming and cleaning out your cupboards and that’s a lot of hours wasted. Read More »

19 Feb

Is Learning Facebook Graph Search Important?

Author | Heather Johnson

learning Facebook Graph Search

Facebook has been always been a great social media from a number of years and it is working for making things more easy and comfortable for the end user. For this purpose, it has always tried hard to make things better on the face and beyond the face as well. As we all know that Facebook Graph Search was announced earlier this year, but some of us might still not be aware of its exact purpose. In a nutshell, it is just an advanced search tool which will let you find your friends, photos and places in a much better way. It is in fact a multitude method of finding and discovering things (related to your connections) by much lesser effort or specific information.  Here’s everything that you need to know why learning Facebook Graph Search is important: Read More »