Category Archives: Facebook

When you give a mouse (or a trackpad) a tool to donate…

  This past weekend, I, like many others, posted about Earth Day. I noticed when I posted that Facebook gave me an option to add a donate button to the post. As a Nonprofit Leadership student, I was intrigued by this … Continue reading

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“Facebook Killer”

Last week, we talked about Facebook Live, and professor Bruce insist that Facebook live is one of the biggest trend in the future, for corporations and for individuals. I couldn’t agree more on it. Live stream make social network more … Continue reading

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Facebook does civic engagement damage control with Town Hall

It’s an invite anyone who has ever worked in a large organization cringes when they see: the company-wide Town Hall. Leadership will hold a webcast, all will gather, and polished speeches about quarterly results and skirting any mention of layoffs with coded … Continue reading

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Beauty and the Buzz: a brief look at the Facebook train of the remake

This past Friday, my inner child squealed with delight as I sat in the darkened theater and heard the opening score to the live-action remake of my favorite film from the Disney Renaissance, Beauty and the Beast. I cried, I laughed, I … Continue reading

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Facebook’s newest ad play – Challenging YouTube

As you may know, in 2014, YouTube officially became the second-largest search engine, with over 300 hours of content uploaded every minute, and a billion unique visitors watch more than six billion hours of video every month. In combination with showcasing countless makeup … Continue reading

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Facebook Comment Ranking

That was an interesting meeting between President Trump and Prime Minister Abe, frankly speaking. But I will put it aside for now, as today I want to talk about the ranking system of Facebook comments. The right picture is part … Continue reading

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Why 8.8 billion opinions nearly made me delete 11 years of Facebook

I joined Facebook eleven years ago when the site mandated a college email address to sign up. Logging in was yet another badge of honor for those high school seniors who had gotten into their “number one choices.” I did … Continue reading

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