ThingLink’s New HTML5 integration now plays the entire suite of ThingLink rich media objects inside of Facebook News Feed. In addition to images, ThingLink interactive videos with embedded notes and rich media links can be experienced without leaving Facebook.
We are also announcing support for annotating native Facebook videos. Publishers and brands can make Facebook videos more engaging with several call-to-action options such as email sign-up, donate, video play, Facebook “Like” and more.
Content creators on Facebook benefit in two essential ways:
New tool for building engaging Facebook experiences: The new ThingLink integration allows publishers to build engaging, visual social media experiences for their followers on Facebook. Interactive elements on images and video multiply engagement and time spent on visual posts.
Support for multi-channel publishing: ThingLink supports creating and sharing rich media content across the web. The new ThingLink Facebook integration brings easily customizable interactive video to the largest social media platform.
As social media becomes increasingly visual, publishers are looking for new ways to engage their audiences through videos and images. The ability to easily create interactive content and experience it in Facebook brings a new dimension to digital storytelling.
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