Corporate Blogging on the Rise, New Facebook Offers and Ordering Domino’s on Facebook | This Week in Social Media

Corporate Blogging On the Rise

News of corporate blogging’s death have been greatly exaggerated. A recent poll of social media marketers revealed that 91% plan to increase their use of corporate blogs this year, compared to YouTube (86%), foursquare (59%), SlideShare (50%) and Flickr (43%). Corporate blogs give brands a chance to unlock technical content, add SEO value and offer thought leadership. We’re big fans. Business Insider

Facebook Debuts New Offers Tool

Last week, Facebook rolled out its new Offers product to local business pages, allowing marketers to create personalized coupons to share on timeline. Business pages with brick and mortar locations can set up FREE Facebook coupons that can be customized, shared on Facebook and either printed or emailed to the user. HubSpot

Order Domino’s Pizza on Facebook

First the Domino’s Pizza Tracker and now this – ordering pizza on Facebook. Available only in Australia and New Zealand for now, Domino’s is rolling out a pizza-ordering app on Facebook giving the pizza-loving Aussies and Kiwis another way to get their tasty pies – like the Prawn Supreme, Mustard Beef & Bacon or Satay Veggie pizza. Pizza Hut tried a similar app two years ago but it took users to their online ordering system, which wasn’t popular with fans. Would you order your Apricot Chicken pizza through Facebook? MSNBC

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