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Facebook is acquiring Giphy, one of the most popular GIF-sharing sites on the web, in a deal that’s reportedly valued at $400 million.
Facebook has expanded four brand safety tools announced yesterday, specific to the in-stream ad placements.
Facebook is expanding its efforts to assist local businesses with overcoming the challenges they’re facing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Facebook commissioned a study of the psychological impact of social comparison, which can be triggered by content on social media.
Facebook continues to advance its video chat capabilities by introducing a Houseparty-like feature called Messenger Rooms.
Facebook is piloting a new feature which will reveal the location of popular pages when they publish posts.
Facebook sources have confirmed that there will no longer be a required migration to Campaign Budget Optimization.
Facebook is providing a set of templates to help businesses communicate need-to-know changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consumer Reports tested Facebook Ads’ claim they would reject ads spreading COVID-19 misinformation.
Businesses making temporary changes to their usual services can now prominently display those changes on their Facebook page.
Facebook has launched the very first standalone Messenger app for desktop, available now on Windows and macOS.
Facebook published three new guides to help different categories of businesses respond to the impact of coronavirus.
Facebook is rolling out several updates to video publishing, including the ability to upload multiple videos at the same time.
Facebook is abruptly shifting the focus of product development toward live streaming as COVID-19 lockdowns lead to increased demand.
Facebook is introducing a radical redesign that features a dark mode.
Facebook is banning more types ads for products people need to stay safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Facebook is placing a coronavirus information center on top of all users’ news feeds with articles from vetted sources.