Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
The topic of conversation in the social media space for the past week or so has been about the changes Facebook announced last week during it f8 Conference. But while the dust is still settling and the love/hate comments continue to pile in, Google+ quitely made some news of its own. I, like most of you, waited patiently for the news re: Facebook’s latest round of changes.
And I, like most of you, am still disseminating just what they all mean for both individuals and brands alike. I wrote a post What The Changes To Facebook Mean To Marketers And Advertisers last week in which I give a high level overview of Timeline and Open Graph and what marketers and advertisers need to do going forward. And while Amazon Wants A Piece Of The Social Media And Social Games Pie and Bing Continues To Add Social Media Features, Google, very quietly some might say – which is shocking considering it’s Google, made news over the past week or so by opening up Google+ to the masses and the results have been overwhelming.
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