Getting locked out of Facebook has got to be one of the worst punishments in the social media age. The apparent cause: Facebook Marketplace. A glitch in the new Facebook classified app's fraud protection protocols kept some users out of Facebook as a whole for 72 hours and more.
If Facebook thought that its new Marketplace app might be immune of the kind of scams and fraud that have plagued more established buy-and-sell sites, such as Craigslist and Kijiji, over the years, the last few months have proved decidedly otherwise.
Kevin is a chatbot that insures transactions on Facebook Marketplace and other buy and sell sites. It's free for items up to $100. But what's up with all the Game of Thrones dragon analogies?
Facebook Marketplace leads a list of social media updates for business.
Buzzfeed reporter Katie Notopoulos doesn’t like Facebook Marketplace. Her latest article is titled “Facebook Marketplace Kinda Sucks.” Are her criticisms fair? And what can we learn between the lines?
"Facebook is moving to position itself as the hub of all interest-based communities," wrote Naren Reddy on AXcessNews.com.
You'll need to boost your Facebook job ads to get them seen, said recruiter Audra Knight, who posted a list of tips on Workology.com.
Even if you don't shop on Facebook, it might be worth keeping your Facebook profile just for the jobs feature, if a video on Lifehacker.com is anything to go by.
Facebook has made it official: the jobs functionality the company hinted back in November 2016, is now live in the U.S. and Canada. It includes a job tab and the ability to receive job applications via Facebook Messenger.
Facebook will have a go at LinkedIn's recruitment revenue.