• International Cat Day: Facebook Studies Differences Between Cat, Dog People

    …. Location: Dog people are more concentrated in rural areas. Cat people are more often found in cities. Cat and dog people check in to roughly the same number of places each week. Mood: Grumpy Cat? Cat people are more likely to say they’re feeling tired—but also happy and loved. Overall, cat people express a wider variety of feelings on Facebook. Dog people are more likely to express excitement or pride. Cat people and dog people: What did you think of Facebook’s findings? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 8 readers -
  • Survey: 25% of Users Have at Least One Restaurant App on Their Phone

    … and OpenTable, among others. Overall, the report showed respondents aged 25 through 34 were more likely to research new restaurants on their smartphone than any other age group. Elsewhere, the report showed that 53 percent of respondents had used their phone to find a restaurant location, while 49 percent had done so to browse a restaurant’s menu…

    AllTwitterin Mobile- 15 readers -
  • Times Square Led Facebook Check-Ins Last New Year’s Eve

    … New York’s Times Square is the unofficial epicenter of New Year’s Eve celebrations, so it comes as no surprise that it led Facebook in check-ins last New Year’s Eve. Facebook said in an email to SocialTimes that more than 40 million users indicated that they were traveling to or checked in to destinations outside of their home cities…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
  • 7 Key Facebook Safety Tips

    …. 3) Turn on Login Approval If people are only going to make one change to maximum security for their account, this is it. Commonly known as two-factor authentication (2FA), login approvals provide an extra security step whenever you login from a new device. Facebook will send a notification or email with a special code to complete the login…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 7 readers -
  • Building Your Athlete Brand via Social Media

    … League Baseball All-Star to build a strong social brand — any athlete, at any level (professional, collegiate or prep), can create and maintain a social media presence without spending a lot of time or money. As an athlete, you can extend your own personal brand online to positively impact young fans, attract interest and communicate values. We…

    AllTwitterin Social- 20 readers -
  • Facebook Extends Availability of Place Tips

    …’ page, upcoming events and friends’ recommendations and check-ins—and show it at the top of News Feed to in-store visitors. Each person’s place tips are unique. At a restaurant, place tips can show the menu, reviews and frequently mentioned information about the establishment, like a signature cocktail or popular table. Place tips for a retail store…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
  • Facebook Testing Categories for Page Notifications?

    … Some Facebook page administrators are seeing the notifications for their pages broken out into categories. Reader Vipin Nayar, senior digital marketing analyst for IPIX Solutions, shared the screenshots above and below, in which notifications can be viewed by all, likes, comments, shares and other, with reviews and check-ins among the items appearing under other. Page admins: Have any of you seen this, and would you like to see Facebook roll this change out globally? …

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 5 readers -
  • Waggle: Lifestyle App for Dog Lovers Launches on iOS

    … Waggle, a cross-platform brand dedicated to dogs and their owners, has launched its application on iOS devices. The platform gives users tools for maintaining a healthy and social lifestyle with their dogs, in part by suggesting nearby dog-friendly locations for traveling with one’s pet. Users begin by registering their dog in the system…

    Inside Facebook- 16 readers -
  • Facebook Redesigns iOS Status Update Interface

    … Facebook appears to have tweaked the status update interface in its iOS application, moving the functionality for tagging friends, adding activities from structured status updates and checking in to buttons located at the top, adjacent to users’ profile pictures. All of those features had previously been available via icons at the bottom of the status update interface. Readers: Have you noticed this? Is it the same for Facebook’s Android app? Thanks to Matteo Gamba for the tip. …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 3 readers -
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