Social Media

Facebook to Lanuch Child Safety “Panic Button”

With constant popularity and acceptance of Top rated Social Networking website "Facebook", more and more age groups are turning towards this across the globe. Since Facebook is open for all gae group people, there are good number of people between age group 12 - 18 for whom security and data screening is a big challenge for Facebook these days. In order to address this Facebook is ready to launch Child Safety application called "Panic Button"

Bollywood Follows Twitter and Update Status on Facebook

With the trend which is getting followed by Hollywood and Bollywood celebrity, Bollywood start following Twitter and Facebook now. BalajiTelefilms latest production "Once Upon a time in Mumbai" will use the huge network of Facebook and Twitter now. Balaji Telefilms has signed a deal with Ignitee Digital Solution to promote its upcoming film ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’ through social networking site Facebook. The film’s website MumbaiGoesRewind.com, designed and developed by Ignitee, is made like an editorial of the newspaper with 1970s feel.

Facebook will soon allow users to purchase Digital Goods without Credit Card

Top rated Social Networking website Facebook will soon launch service to cater Asian users where Credit card won't be required to buy any Digital Goods like ebooks, app, games etc. with partnership with Malaysian company named MOL Global, Facebook eyeing more Revenue potential & online trading by Asian members. Known as little less comfortable with Credit Card transaction, Asian people still rely more on prepaid cards compare to credit cards.

Airtel users access Facebook Free of Cost – At least for sometime

Facebook's mobile site m.facebook.com is accessible free of cost to 130 Million Airtel customers across India till August 31, 2010. In-line to this, Airtel customers who are Facebook users will be able to post status updates, comment and write on walls, message others, and also be able to view and upload photos without any data charges. According to Bharti Airtel, its existing mobile internet customers can immediately start connecting with their friends by visiting the Facebook mobile site.

Finally Proofed ! E-Mail is an Effective Marketing Media in India

In Asia it has never been easy for Merchants to accept the effectiveness of E-Mail marketing till last year. People still used to log-in to their Inbox for checking their emails and sending the replies. Scenario is no more same now. A recent survey conduced by e-Dilaog, a GSI Commerce Marketing Services division, reveals that 67 per cent of consumers in Asia-Pacific have made a purchase in a store or over the phone as a result of receiving a marketing email.

Zapak makes its online games available on Facebook through an app

Zapak Digital Entertainment, which runs an online gaming portal Zapak.com, has launched a Facebook application (Apps.Facebook.com/ZapakGames) that will allow users to play more than 30 different games from Zapak on the social networking site. The application will also allow users to flaunt their gaming skills through ‘trophy cabinet’, a feature that shows the number of trophies won by a user in each game, to friends.

Facebook, Twitter now powerful tools that influence what people buy: Survey

Social media such as Facebook and Twitter and blogging sites have become powerful tools that influence what people buy, according to a report by online researcher Nielsen. The inaugural Asia Pacific Social Media Report states that from China and India to Australia, online reviews are a major influence in buying electronics items, cosmetics, cars and food, among other things.

Facebook To Invest $150 Million, To Hire 500 People in India

US-based social networking site Facebook is expected to launch its India operations from Hyderabad in less than two months. Facebook, which has more than 500 million active users worldwide, including nearly 8 million subscribers in India, reportedly plans to invest $150 million in the initial phases and recruit close to 500 people for running its India operations.

Google to challenge Facebook with new social networking service ‘Google Me’ ?

The web has erupted with a wave of rumors about a new social networking service created by web giant Google. Bloggers are saying the service (which is tentatively called "Google Me") will be in direct competition with Facebook. But is it really a rumor or Google, known for its direct competition behavior and aggressive style of promotion, is working with closed door for its upcoming portal ?

Facebook May Follow Linkedin

Facebook has gone far beyond the quirky college start-up it once was, with revenue around $800 million last year and profit in the tens of millions, according to a Reuters report. But it could do a lot better, and make its critics far more comfortable, through optional premium memberships like Linkedin Business Model.
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