6 Responses to “9 Facebook Predictions for 2012 That Don’t Suck”

  1. Sandro Marino 05. Jan, 2012 at 4:08 pm #

    Going to start taking people off their Facebook and offer real life experiences.

  2. Depapublishing 05. Jan, 2012 at 9:01 pm #

    well I am interested in learning more about how to interact with people who like my fan page…I find it much harder and confusing…mostly I interact on my personal page and mention my fan page if the dialog warrants it…

  3. Adam Zbiejczuk 07. Jan, 2012 at 12:45 pm #

    I’m specially glad for the “talking about this” metric for it clearly shows that brands that work in the old-fashioned way of campaigns (even creating great apps that boost the nr. of fans – but than the campign is “over” and so is the page abandoned till the next campaign) will be replaced by more “PR” attitude which says you have to constantly work on your page, no matter the time of year…

  4. Adam Zbiejczuk 07. Jan, 2012 at 12:45 pm #

    I’m specially glad for the “talking about this” metric for it clearly shows that brands that work in the old-fashioned way of campaigns (even creating great apps that boost the nr. of fans – but than the campign is “over” and so is the page abandoned till the next campaign) will be replaced by more “PR” attitude which says you have to constantly work on your page, no matter the time of year…

  5. Edu Mira 01. Mar, 2012 at 10:32 pm #

    Your prediction #7 is wrong. Facebook are indeed going to change the business page design to the new timeline. It is live now and will be compulsory by the end of March.

    So what is going to happen to North Social and the North Social apps?

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