Thinking that Facebook marketing won't get any worse (or better), Mark Zuckerberg appears in keynote F8, calm and cool, and ready to challenge the world. Literally and virtually. There is no red cloak, the usual T-shirt, self-confidence, PR attitude. Before Zuckerberg entered the main agenda of the 8th Facebook Developers Conference, he had no choice but to work on the latest headlines such as privacy, fraud and fame. The future of Facebook marketing: 7 points to shatter it 1. Clear Me, Date Me, Like Me You can clear your privacy all at once, which is a big deal.
Advertisement Continue reading below "I was very surprised at the history clearing feature. If it works as Zuckerberg claims, it will be a big win for privacy advocates and users," said Joe Youngblood, a digital marketing expert specializing in color correction services Facebook. Says. A match played in heaven? Now you can actually target a new type of custom audience, your personal partner (date). "In my opinion that Facebook encourages that action, they were also very surprised and hated to try adding dates to the site," Youngblood said.