Socialbakers Proud To Be Facebook´s Preferred…
Facebook merged two existing programs into the new Preferred Marketing Developer Program to help brands choose the right consultants to build comprehensive Facebook campaigns. And Socialbakers is one of them!
Many of you probably know that Socialbakers has been part of the Preferred Developer Consultant Program (PDC). Socialbakers and our division Candytech were always here to help brands build apps on the Facebook Platform, manage campaigns and develop strategies for Facebook Pages. The change of the program comes with some important updates that we would like to share with you.
The New Preferred Marketing Developer Program
Last week, Facebook announced the merge of two programs – the Preferred Developer Consultant Program (PDC) and the Marketing API Program (MAP) into the new Preferred Marketing Developer Program (PMD). Socialbakers and Candytech are proud to be a part of it and devoted to its mission: To help developers build products that make social marketing easier and more effective.
What Do The PMD Badges Say About Us?
We have three out of four badges which means that we are qualified for these areas:
Pages – Post scheduling and targeting, moderation, permissioning and other tools to manage Facebook Pages.
Apps – Services and platforms for building socially enabled integrations – customized or self-service.
Insights – Page and post analysis, benchmarking, KPI tracking and other tools for measuring performance across Facebook objects.
This is the official badge you will be able to see on our page:
Thank you for your support and in case you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
You May Also Like
How Social Engagement Drives Site Conversions
Social media has become an essential element to brand success in our digital world. For some professionals, social media seems to be a fad or buzzword, but for others, social is the key to driving conversions and sales online.
Tips for Measuring Engagement on Social
There are countless ways to measure social media engagement. I have seen brands try to do it in so many different ways. Lately, many people have been discounting engagement as “noncritical” - but it's a mistake. They’re wrong, and here’s why.