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Facebook fan worth $3.60

Facebook fan worth $3.60

You’re probably a fan of at least a handful of brands and/or products on Facebook, and that’s because you’re truly fond of them. But have you ever wondered how much your virtual support is actually worth to these companies? Vitrue, an Atlanta-based social media management company, has calculated the exact value of a Facebook fan.

Kip Drordy gains 100,000 fans after South Park episode

Kip Drordy gains 100,000 fans after South Park episode

Kip Drordy, the nerdy kid with zero friends in South Park’s Facebook episode, has gained over a 100,000 fans on Facebook in less than a week after the show aired on the 7th of April 2010.

10 funniest Justin Bieber hate groups on Facebook

10 funniest Justin Bieber hate groups on Facebook

Any artist can have hundreds of fan pages on Facebook, but it takes a really successful one to have dozens and dozens of anti-fan pages. Take Justin Bieber. The 16-year-old Canadian pop singer with a certified platinum debut release may have millions of screaming fans, but his young, slightly androgynous looks and voice make him an easy target for opponents.

Become a fan: 6 funny Facebook pages

Become a fan: 6 funny Facebook pages

If you feel like becoming a fan of a few random, funny Facebook pages today, here’s our selection du jour.

Google Analytics for Facebook Pages

Google Analytics for Facebook Pages

By adding Google Analytics to Facebook pages, admins get access to additional statistical data about all visitors (and not just fans) such as traffic sources, keyword searches, and much more.

Onion rings, sausage rolls, pickles and peas draw millions of fans

Onion rings, sausage rolls, pickles and peas draw millions of fans

What started with an audacious onion ring trying to get more fans than Justin Bieber, has evolved into a whole basket of eatables competing with celebrities for the largest number of Facebook fans.

Blur Facebook marketing: you’re doing it wrong!

Blur Facebook marketing: you’re doing it wrong!

You know you’re doing the social media marketing thing wrong when even your biggest fans start throwing dirt at you. Let this be a lesson for the marketing team behind Blur, the recently reunited British rock band: do not ask Facebook users to go and spam Twitter.

Wacko Wednesday: Duck of the Day

Wacko Wednesday: Duck of the Day

A photo of a duck, every day, delivered straight to your Facebook feed. Talking about a hole in the market. Or not.

Facebook page wants us to say “twenty-ten” instead of “two-thousand-ten”

Facebook page wants us to say “twenty-ten” instead of “two-thousand-ten”

We’ve seen Facebook unintentionally append our lexis, and the spelling police is all over the social network in form of nitpicking friends, but we’ve never seen an attempt to change our vocabulary. The new year brings us such an endeavour with a Facebook page called “Saying “Twenty-Ten”, Instead of “Two-Thousand-Ten” Because It Sounds Cooler”.

Facebook group opposes to Obama moving Christmas

Facebook group opposes to Obama moving Christmas

Of course, president Barack Obama does not want to move Christmas day at all, but this absurd Facebook group is trying to make you believe the non-existent plans.

People against bad stuff and in support of good things

People against bad stuff and in support of good things

If there’s just one Facebook group you join today, it should be the one called People Against Bad Stuff and in Support of Good Things. Founded on December 14th by Zachary Shiner of the University of Santa Cruz (California), it’s a group that supports everything good and opposes to everything bad.

Rage against the X-Factor Christmas machine

Rage against the X-Factor Christmas machine

Aaaahh, no better song to get you into a holly jolly Christmas mood than Killing in the name of by Rage Against The Machine. Wait. What?!

Facebook Fail Friday: Stop duplicate groups about duplicate groups

Facebook Fail Friday: Stop duplicate groups about duplicate groups

Stop making duplicate groups, Facebook peeps! This includes groups that complain about duplicate groups, and also groups that complain about duplicate groups that are called “stop making duplicate groups”. See? It’s that simple.

Targetable status updates coming to personal profiles

Targetable status updates coming to personal profiles

As you may have noticed, Facebook yesterday enabled an option for Page owners to target their stream updates based on their fans’ language and location. A new icon left of the Share button allows brand, product or business owners to limit who will see the stories after they’re published…

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