Our report about the impact of Facebook Timeline on communication of fans and businesses proved to be very interesting to many Facebook users. A story has been posted by such popular blogs as TheNextWeb and AllFacebook.
The articles, as well as our post on SocialMediaToday, were followed by a number of tweets and retweets by social media enthusiasts, bloggers and agencies from three continents:
— lou_dubois (@lou_dubois) maj 14, 2012
Facebook Page posts “are living for longer” (when it comes to receiving comments) since Timeline was introduced: robmor.net/JcrnRm
— Robin Morley (@mrrobinmorley) maj 16, 2012
— 24k Media (@24kMedia) maj 16, 2012
— Web&C Agency (@WebandC) maj 17, 2012
Pesquisa da Sotrender apontou que o modo Timeline aumentou em 13% o engajamento dos usuários em páginas de marcas. ow.ly/aVAPg
— Agência Life (@Agencialife) maj 15, 2012
Un estudio realizado por Sotrender descubrió que el nuevo diseño de perfiles de la famosa red social aumenta el… fb.me/zJZ5wuZK
— Grupo En Vanguardia (@En_Vanguardia) maj 15, 2012
Now there is a chance to hear our further views and observations about the Facebook Timeline on the Social Media Results Conference in London next week. On May 22, amongst many speakers from such companies as Microsoft, Google UK, Cisco and IBM, our CEO Jan Zajac will be leading one of the workshops on measuring and optimizing social media presence.
We invite all the attendees to our booth on a small expo during the first of the conference. There are still seats available to be booked. Sotrender is one of the partners of the conference.
And you can also check out our latest Fanpage Trends report on UK’s cars, clothes and beauty brand fanpages.
What can you expect?