Greenpeace Sets World Record for Most Comments, April 16th Declared Official Foursquare Day, Ad.ly Celebrity Endorsement Given The Boot, Facebook Expanding Into China? and StumbleUpon Hits 1 Billion Monthly Stumbles
Greenpeace Sets World Record for Most Comments
Greenpeace have just set a world record for the most comments on a single Facebook post in one day! Their supporters posted no less than 80,000 comments in at least eleven languages on their Facebook unfriend coal page in the past 24 hours.
April 16th Declared Official Foursquare Day
Fourteen cities have officially recognized this Saturday’s foursquare day (16/4/), but the most special of these is in New York, where foursquare’s community of users has convinced the Mayor to declare a foursquare holiday in New York City. Mayor Bloomberg (not to be confused with the Mayor of their office, front-end engineering intern David), swung by foursquares headquarters earlier today to hand-deliver the proclamation.
Facebook Gives Ad.ly’s Celebrity Endorsement Business the Boot
Ad.ly thinks there’s big money to be made getting celebrities to sell stuff using social media platforms. But it says Facebook won’t let it set up shop.
You can read more on All Things Digital.
Facebook Expanding Into China?
The rumour is that Facebook has inked a partnership with a Chinese internet giant in a move to enter the country. These rumours originate from a message posted on Sina Weibo, a Chinese Twitter-type micro-sharing service, by Hu Yanping, a director of the Data Center of China Internet, a respected internet business analyst and former journalist.
StumbleUpon Hits 1 Billion Stumbles Per Month
StumbleUpon is hot. The discovery and recommendation engine that makes web browsing a lot like channel surfing just announced it’s now handling 1 billion stumbles per month.
You can read more on Mashable.
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