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ThingLink’s Interactive Images Available on Facebook Now

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ThingLink’s Interactive Images Available on Facebook Now

There’s another new approach found via entrepreneurs to achieve to its fans on Fb and that is via using interactive Photography introduced by using ThingLink.

This Interactive image platform integrated with Facebook on Tuesday morning. This Might allow users to interact with the embedded content material of an image such as; other pictures, videos or text books offering specified details about that image and all this may also be done without leaving Facebook Timeline.

ThingLink permits its customers to click on on the main icon and other icons would mechanically appear in front of users to garner more information. Further clicks would permit customers to get entry to YouTube movies, Audio Clips, other web pages or anything else that could possibly be linked anyplace for offering extra details about the brand.

In a nutshell, this package offers a good looking possibility to manufacturers having target of offering maximum knowledge to its lovers however there is a point in time for growing that influence.

This Isn’t the primary time that such a provider is coming from ThingLink, Stipple tried providing interactive Images in January nevertheless it didn’t succeed. Interactive Photography can indubitably provide a single platform to users as in comparison with the larger platform that is Facebook.

ThingLink came up with its services and products first on Twitter in November. Integration of ThingLink with Twitter supplied manufacturers five instances extra interplay from their lovers. So if this integration works efficiently, it will show wonderful results on Fb additionally.

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10 Comments to “ThingLink’s Interactive Images Available on Facebook Now”

  1. Gabriel Kenney // April 29, 2013 at 8:02 am // Reply

    I heard that facebook is going to charge $3.99 a month to use facebook. Is this true?

  2. norrin_shadowwolf // May 21, 2013 at 5:04 pm // Reply

    I know at one point Facebook stored all of your phone contacts, but I can’t figure out how to access them since they changed Facebook (again!). I have some people stored in my phone who I want to look up by their phone number to see if they’re on Facebook. Thanks in advance!

  3. Xavier Hawthorne // May 27, 2013 at 3:54 pm // Reply

    I thought facebook was for socializing, not playing around a lot. Alot of my friends on there post statuses about facebook being boring now. It makes no sense.

  4. Also, with Facebook, one can choose the demographics and target the marketing

  5. Facebook sends me an email notice whenever any of my Facebook friends has a birthday. I would rather not receive notices sent through my personal email from Facebook when any of my Facebook friends has a birthday. Where exactly do I go on my Facebook account to change something so that Facebook will stop sending me email notices on my friends’ birthdays?

  6. Two friends facebook profiles have been not showing up on facebook recently.I have noticed on past messages from these friends that their profile picture has also changed to a shadow.They are missing from all facebook searches and on mutual friends lists.Are their profiles “deactivated”? When a profile is deactivated does it mean its gone from facebook for good? Thanks in advance!

  7. For some reason my facebook does not transfer my chat messages to my inbox as most peoples facebooks do. How do i get my facebook to update and make this switch?

  8. My facebook isn’t in my twitter connections, I already tried that.

  9. I made it on my msn account so I don’t recieve facebook notifications at all. I recently got a blackberry enabled my email and facebook. My email works fine but I get ALL my facebook notifications and it’s annoying. Is there anyway to disable this?

  10. borabora5524 // June 9, 2013 at 9:03 am // Reply

    My boy friend knows my email(Hotmail) password and facebook password. After we brokeup, he changed the passwords of both and updating nasty things in facebook which tanishes my name. How can i close this facebook account and hotmail account?

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