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Facebook

(ˈfeɪsˌbʊk)
n
(Communications & Information) a popular social networking website
vb
1. (Communications & Information) (tr; sometimes not capital) to search for (a person's profile) on the Facebook website
2. (Communications & Information) (intr; sometimes not capital) to use the Facebook website
ˈFaceˌbooker n
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Facebook places advertisements within user content.
While not particularly revealing, the measurement underscores the growing importance Facebook places on those secondary apps.
Cowen also noted that Facebook places pixels on advertisers' properties in order to gather the relevant information to serve a more targeted highly effective ad.
The lawsuit claims that Facebook places more than 225 million users into 154 medical categories for direct marketing.
Accounts in primary local business directories like Google Places, Bing Local, Facebook Places, and Foursquare will also be created.
Western Europe Area, in which we have included countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, Luxembourg, five of the six founding members of the European Union concentrates a total of 58,908,060 and 1,737,886 Facebook records of check in, which means that almost 3% of the users from this area using the Facebook Places application.
"Putting S4C on Facebook places the channel in amongst them, taking our content to the viewer.
"Facebook's Foursquare-esque product launches (Facebook Checkins, Facebook Places, Facebook Nearby, Facebook Friend Finder, etc, etc) don't concern me," Crowley said.
30-31) afirma que essas plataformas estao se transformando em ambientes de exibicionismo, pois, alem do Facebook, que permite a exposicao de nossas vidas e o conhecimento da vida alheia, tambem se proliferam servicos de geolocalizacao, como Foursquare, Facebook Places, Google Latitude, que nos deixam "efetivamente ver atraves das paredes" e "saber a localizacao exata de todos os nossos amigos, [...] permitindo, dessa forma, que todos nos sejamos lidos, no bom estilo casa de inspecao, 'como um livro'".
They detail how to create a Facebook plan, how campaigns differ online, and how to get a business page started; how to integrate Facebook into a marketing plan, including determining cost effectiveness, the niche, and the public image/voice; different types of business pages, how to build relationships, and which visitors to attract; how to keep them coming back through events and pictures, viral videos, interactive games, news feeds, apps, and fan maintenance; how to use measurement and sales tools, including Facebook Places; and advanced strategies, such as creating a marketing team, finding a consultant, and maintaining and strengthening the business image to make it likeable.
Facebook features 'Facebook Places', Google has its 'Google Places', and there are various smaller players such as SCVNGR.