Ein paar Stories der letzten Tage die wir nicht abdecken konnten…
Facebook Ads mit besserer Rechnung
Wer Facebook Ads bucht und eine Rechnung für die Buchhaltung benötigt hatte bis jetzt seine Probleme da so wichtige Teile wie die Firmenadresse dort nicht aufgeführt waren. Facebook hat das ganze nun mit einer neuen Version verbessert:
The ability to see a printer-friendly version of your billing manager receipt is now available!
In addition to seeing the billing summary in your Ads Manager, you can now also view a printer-friendly version of your transactions. The printer-friendly version includes a Facebook logo and address as well as clearer billing information. This view of your transactions is designed to be more convenient for accounting and tax purposes.
To view your transactions in this new format, go to the “Billing” section in the Ads Manager and select the transaction that you wish to view. Then, select the “Printer-friendly version” button located at the top right corner of the screen. (Quelle: Facebook.com)
Facebook Search Will Soon Have More Bing
While Facebook is in the midst of rolling out their homepage to more than 400 million Facebook users, the company is also preparing to upgrade their search product through a greater integration with Bing. We’ve written extensively about the opportunity for Facebook to upgrade their search product (what we called at the time the “real social search engine“). It appears that Bing will be a greater part of Facebook’s search product for the time being. (Weiterlesen bei Allfacebook.com)
With New Site Design, Facebook Will Release New Ads Format
Back in April of last year Facebook began testing a new ad format, but not until the latest design screenshots did we begin to see the new format reappear. Also interestingly enough, Facebook is currently displaying automatically generated “Suggestions” above the advertisements. The reason I call it “interesting” is that we would expect this to detract from the ads which are generating revenue for Facebook. (Weiterlesen bei Allfacebook.com)
Facebook viewed as riskiest social network by companies
Seventy percent more companies reported spam and malicious infections arrived via social networks in 2009 vs. 2008. By the end of last year, 72% of companies expressed concern that their employees‘ use of popular social sites could result in a security breach. And 60% of companies now consider Facebook to be the riskiest social network out there. (Weiterlesen bei USAToday.com)
What Is This Mysterious Facebook Music App?
Facebook Music may not exist, but you may have it installed anyway. Right now if you log into the site and go to Facebook’s “Edit Applications” screen, you’ll probably encounter a new application at the top of the list: Music. And it’s pretty clear that this isn’t just some third party app; the application links to Facebook.com/music, which is the same format used by other official Facebook applications, including photos (Facebook.com/photos) and events (Facebook.com/events). But the application doesn’t work at all — clicking it just brings you to your Facebook News Feed. (Weiterlesen bei Techcrunch.com)