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Martin Beck, From LA Times, Joins Marketing Land As Social Media Correspondent

It’s a pleasure to announce that the Third Door Media editorial staff is growing again.
Martin Beck will be joining the news team that produces both MarketingLand.com and SearchEngineLand.com as our new Social Media Correspondent. His first day will be Monday, March 3rd.
Martin comes to us from the Los Angeles Times, where he served as the paper’s social media and reader engagement editor since January, 2010. In that role, he managed the Times’ social media team and trained hundreds of journalists to integrate social media into their daily work routines. His career at the Times began in 1989 as a sports writer and included stints as a copy editor and technology editor, among other roles. You can learn more about Martin on his Marketing Land staff profile page.
As our first full-time Social Media Correspondent, Martin will help us expand our coverage of this increasingly important marketing channel with daily news stories as well as more in-depth feature articles. His experience doing soc…

Marketing Day: February 25, 2014

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

News Feed Adds More Page Detail: Facebook To Show More Stories About Liked Topics

Today, Facebook has announced that users will begin seeing more information about topics that they’ve “liked.” Traditionally, users would only view updates from a page that they’ve liked. The new change will allow users to view posts surrounding the page that they liked. This means that users may see updates that tag a page that […]

Twitter Launches Promoted Accounts In Search Results

Today, Twitter announced it is expanding ad inventory for Promoted Accounts to search results. Twitter will automatically serve Promoted Accounts ads in relevant search results based on an advertiser’s existing targeting criteria. Advertisers already running Promoted Account campaigns don’t have to take any action to be included in the search results listings. Currently, Promoted …