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Facebook is already a pretty big deal in the lives of most businesses. Only most businesses utilize Facebook to get more customers and communicate, engage, and interact with their existing customers. Traditionally, businesses didn't want most of their employees spending too much time on Facebook, but Facebook obviously wants everybody to spend as much time on their services and various properties as possible. Now with Facebook at Work, the script is flipped a little bit and that can be a reality. Companies can conceivably replace their Yammer or Slack services with Facebook's own enterprise social network tool. This will allow businesses to create their own private little social networks for teams and departments to communicate and coordinate in real-time even easier. There are many questions regarding Facebook's ultimate monetization strategy for [email protected] and it remains to be seen how 3rd Party Apps might work with this in a private and secure manner, but there's no doubt that this is a large market (even Microsoft competes here) that Facebook might be able to be a dominant player in.
Facebook has recently released their brand new Rooms app. First of all, like many recent Facebook products, the design is flat out world class and stunning. Facebook has acquired a large number of smaller design and boutique firms over the years and it shows in the quality of their work. Unlike many recent Facebook products however, it focuses more on protecting your real name and identity than previous Facebook products and features. Many people are criticizing Rooms for being essentially a copycat of other products or just a small reimagining of how old fashioned chat rooms used to work, but it clearly has potential. Given the number of privacy concerns that exist from many of Facebook's products recently, this is a welcome change in their direction and likely the direction that Facebook has to go in to keep ahead of the curve. Time will tell if the App itself takes off and becomes an important part of the internet sphere or just another Facebook product that's unceremoniously killed off 18 months from now in a brief press release, but it seems to have a good chance to stick around.
Facebook recently changed some of its policies and is now requiring iPhone and Android users to send messages through the Facebook Messenger App instead of the main Facebook App. Many users do not take kindly to this switch, though the Messenger App is rated #1 in the App Store, it does not have the best reviews to put it mildly. Though the App has been out since 2011, there are numerous criticisms cited in user comments, everything from privacy issues to concerns about the App recording you using the phone's microphone. While most of these specific privacy concerns are likely significantly overstated, the one criticism that is hard to ignore is the fact that it's kind of annoying to have to install multiple Facebook Apps to get the functionality that one App could conceivably deliver. Facebook's counterpoint to this is that each individual App can be better designed to deliver the perfect user experience. Time will tell if users adjust to these changes just as they have with many previous unpopular decisions, or if Facebook will consider taking a step back and reconsidering their mobile App strategy.
With Facebook's Slingshot just being released worldwide, it remains to be seen how much traction and uptake it gains globally. It could end up being a major success or it could be another in a long line of Facebook's recent projects that was launched and died soon afterwards. Some people have insinuated that it's just a little Snapchat clone. Here's a brief little review that says different. First of all, the UI and UX is fantastic, as one can expect from Facebook lately. It's overall just a pleasant and polished user-experience. There's a bit of fun that's inherent with not knowing what the image you're getting is. It can be a bit awkward at times, but that's the element that creates fun and surprise. This app encourages you to send images to more than one person at a time, so there's a good chance that you'll be able to see a steady stream of pics from this. Even if you're already a dedicated user of Snapchat, it's worth downloading this and checking it out because it's different enough from Snapchat to justify it.
Snapchat has captured the imagination of the high school crowd more than any other social network and communication tool since Facebook and Ellen's famous selfie at the Academy Awards also garnered a lot of media attention. So there's no doubt that providing better tools for selfies and communicating with friends is a priority for Facebook. Facebook is unleashing new tools within Facebook Messenger to more easily share selfies and video content, so they can stay ahead in the social networking game.
Facebook purchased the WhatsApp communication platform for $19 billion, in a stock and cash transaction. This gives the Facebook platform more access to users and a high usage communications app that has achieved record levels of growth in the last month. This goes to show how valuable communities can be to big companies and how much Facebook depends on its advertising platform to succeed. The Instagram purchase for $1 billion was criticized by some for being too pricy, but seems to have worked out well for them. Will WhatsApp be the same way?
This is an interesting development within the world of social media to close out 2013. Pew Research released a report of user stats and popularity which claims that Pinterest has surpassed Twitter in popularity. Based on a survey, now about 21% of adults in the US are on Pinterest with just 18% on Twitter. Twitter has more impact within the media and many celebrities use Twitter as a tool to reach out to their followers, but Pinterest might be on an unstoppable growth curve. This is worth closely observing. Facebook remains the top dog (and is still growing) and LinkedIn and Instagram round out the top 5.
Within a week of rolling out auto-playing videos for mobile users, Facebook is pushing that feature to the Newsfeed on Facebook itself. This might encourage more brands to create more videos for their Facebook pages in an effort to get more fans and likes. This also opens up the door for more video ads. However, while this might be beneficial for brands to promote themselves, this isn't a move that's very user-friendly. Large sites that autoplay videos such as ESPN.com have some success with it, but many people are annoyed by this. It could also eat up extra bandwidth to users. This is an interesting development that is worth keeping an eye on.
Facebook has increased its level of transparency by sharing the percentage of mobile users on their site. Now about 78% of US users access the site through mobile devices. They're also providing daily active users statistics segmented by country so you can see which countries are the most active. According to statistics, there are approximately 699 million daily active users on Facebook. This is a big part of the reason why there are so many businesses trying to get more likes on Facebook and why everybody is looking at Facebook search as a solution to get more customers.
Facebook is currently testing out an application for celebrities and big brands to use to interact with their followers. Twitter is a platform that many celebrities rely on to interact directly with their fans, and Facebook does this as well, but it seems as if they want to get more heavily ingrained within popular culture. People use Facebook to follow celebrities, brands, and businesses that they're interested in, so it seems like a natural fit for Facebook to offer well known brands additional tools to interact and engage with their followers successfully.
Facebook is currently rolling out the graph search feature to everybody on the site. This allows people to find other people, brands, and anything else that they might be interested in based on information that has been made public. Some people suggest that this type of search feature poses strong privacy implications, and this is absolutely a concern. However, privacy features exist on Facebook that you can use to restrict accesss to your phone number, email address, or other personally identifying information.