“ThingLink Tabs turns any Page into an interactive web experience that drives engagement.”
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
Interactive image provider ThingLink has launched ThingLink Tabs for Facebook, an easy way for everyone from artists to small businesses to host and share all their content inside one image on a Facebook page.
ThingLink Tabs features an interactive photo editor that lets users add tags to any photo. ThingLink’s exclusive Rich Media Tags feature popular media players and apps -- from YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, Google Maps, Spotify, FlickR, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon, eBay, BestBuy, iTunes, Etsy, Mailchimp and FanBridge. Marketers can also create links inside images to anywhere on the Internet and build custom, branded tags using ThingLink’s smart app developer tools.
“Facebook has a billion users, which means if you’re a business of any size doing anything online, your audience is there,” said chief marketing officer Neil Vineberg. “ThingLink Tabs for Facebook turns any Page into an interactive web experience that drives engagement.”
ThingLink images are shareable with one click to Twitter, Facebook and email, and embeddable (like YouTube videos) into any blog or website. Every account includes our exclusive HoverClick™ metrics so users can monitor engagement. No programming experience is required and interactive images can be created and sent to Facebook in minutes.
ThingLink Tabs is available with ThingLink’s new PLUS and PRO accounts. PLUS (for $5 a month) includes one Facebook Page and 500 image uploads. PRO (for $20 a month) includes five Facebook Pages and unlimited image uploads.
ThingLink has been used by everyone from Van Halen to Gucci Mane to Blink-182, and House Speaker John Boehner to Canada’s National Post. British comedian Alan Partridge used an interactive Tab to promote exclusive content from his new book,‘We Need to Talk About Alan.’ Music magazine NME’s Tab features links to published content and encourages feedback from fans.
ThingLink images are compatible with all websites, and can also be published and edited on any Tumblr, Blogger, Wordpress.org, and Wordpress.com (VIP) blog.
For more information visit ThingLink.com.
ThingLink develops tools for image interaction that allow content sharing via online images. ThingLink technology changes the way people interact with photos by transforming them into a surface for advertising, commerce, entertainment, search and social connection. Brands, publishers and bloggers utilize ThingLink in their images to share links, drive traffic, and set up image-based advertising campaigns. ThingLink has offices in San Francisco, New York and Helsinki.
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