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Social media

Nordeus and Bwin Want to Create the World’s Largest Social Sports Gambling App

Belgrade-based Nordeus has confirmed to Netocratic its new partnership with Bwin.party, the world's largest publicly traded online gambling company, to produce a completely new social gaming game based on the success of Nordeus' Top Eleven, the most popular sports game in the world with over 6 million unique monthly players. Nordeus' and Bwin's goal? To become leaders in the social gambling space - from Europe.

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Socialbakers Allows You to Organize Your Facebook Page Tabs Using Engagement Builder

Socailbakers' Engagement Builder, formerly known as Social CMS now allows you to manage not only your Facebook pages, but tabs within them as well. Using Engagement Builder, as explained on their blog, you can set your home tab, change the order of the tabs or rename them. You can also install landing tabs, different kinds of competitions and much more that will make your Facebook page more attractive to your fanbase.

Social media

Facebook Chat Gives Us Back Our Friends With “More online friends”

Only a month after introducing a new chat interface and concept, Facebook has apparently decided to once again add all your Facebook friends to the chat. The new Facebook chat interface is still accessible as a sidebar, however after the first 10 or so friends you're most engaged with there's a list of all your other Facebook friends that are logged into their chat.

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Twitter Statistics Lists Twitter’s Most Popular Users Thanks to Czech Social Media Analytics Company Socialbakers

The Czech social analytics web service Socialbakers has launched their official Twitter profile analytics service as a way to enter the broader social media analytics market. Socialbakers has focused almost exclusively on Facebook so far and plans to keep focused on the biggest social network in the world, but they are planning to broaden their offering, Twitter being the first step.

Social media

Facebook starts crawling Croatian .hr websites again, after a month of ignoring the problem

For the last month or so, community managers all over Croatia have faced serious issues with Facebook and websites hosted with on the .hr domain name. Facebook refused to crawl titles, images and excerpts of the text when sharing, showing only the link instead. People managed, posting photos to the page wall and manually inserting links in the status, but nobody knew what the problem was. Eventually, after more than a month of submitting bug reports and even creating Facebook apps that override this problem, Facebook managed to fix it and now everything should work just like before, Facebook Hrvatska reports.

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We found out what’s happening in the Rimac Automobili office in Osijek

Rimac Automobili’s expansion is in full swing. After the opening of a development office in Split, a similar one has opened in Slavonia, or in Osijek’s Esseker center to be exact. To see the story behind the new office and the things being developed inside it, I’ve decided to simply – visit. My host was […]

Enterprise

6 Important Areas Often Overlooked by Product Leaders

Attending Product Management Festival 2017 (PMF 2017) in Zurich, Switzerland, and meeting amazing product professionals inspired me to go deeper into six important areas that are often neglected or entirely overlooked by product leaders.

Enterprise

The Latest Mind Innovations in Product Management

Announcing the 2-day conference showcasing top notch topics in product management.