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The marketing world is in the midst of a major transition. Mobile dominates every aspect of our lives, creating new forms of expression, creativity, communication, and opportunities; providing brands an unprecedented opportunity to put content directly into their users' hands.
The company will now work with publishers to sell advertising on their mobile websites
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Decision to Blow Up the Like Button
Facebook product chief Chris Cox says the social network's iconic "like" button is a blunt tool that's too crude for the kinds of communication that Facebook hopes to facilitate. The company is preparing to roll out a replacement called Reactions to let people respond with a range of positive and negative emoticons derived from users' most common responses to shared content.
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