Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email.
System-wide Facebook Integration Rumored in iOS 6 (The Verge)
According to sources, iOS 6 will include system-wide Facebook integration that’s similar to how iOS 5 deals with Twitter. That means if you opened an app like Photos, you’d be able to share something to Facebook as well as tweet, print or email it, and you’d be able to set Facebook single sign-in information from the settings. AllFacebook The social networking company continued down the path of diversifying its offerings for advertisers with an announcement Tuesday that sponsored stories in the newsfeed are now available for purchase separately via the Facebook ads application programming interface and power editor. Marketers can choose from a variety of placement options for sponsored stories. CBS News Facebook users may have seen a status update masquerading as a legally-binding privacy notice in their news feeds in the last month. The fact is that Facebook members own the intellectual property that is uploaded to the social network, but depending on their privacy and applications settings, users grant the social network “a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any IP content that you post on or in connection with Facebook (IP license).” Bloomberg Nasdaq OMX Group plans to update brokers today about the process it will use to compensate firms that lost money in the initial public offering of Facebook, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter. Nasdaq and Facebook ran into trouble on the morning of May 18 when computer systems used to set the opening price in the IPO were overwhelmed by order cancellations and updates. Contently/The Content Strategist More than 20 million Facebook users have been served a ton of content at McDonald’s market-leading Facebook page. Marketing strategists have been actively populating the site, engaging fans and providing fresh content. Read more