How news orgs are reaching millions through Facebook’s new apps

It has been over two months since Facebook announced a new class of social news applications — ones that automatically share links to everything a person reads. Now we are learning more about the readership, strategies and effects of these “open graph” or “frictionless sharing” apps.

Here are the six big lessons so far. Full Story »

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by Fabrice Florin - Nov. 30, 2011

Informative analysis of how social news apps are faring on Facebook. This thoughtful article presents six lessons learned so far, and rounds up a variety of other related facts and stories from credible sources to back up its observations.

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