A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but to marketers using interactive image provider ThingLink, that picture could be worth a lot more if it’s on Facebook and created with the ThingLink Tabs editor.
ThingLink Tabs allows marketers to directly embed into a single Facebook picture rich media links to content anywhere on the web can also be added, and marketers can use the photo editor to build custom, branded tags. Images can be shared with one click to Facebook, Twitter, or email, as well as embedded into any blog or website.
ThingLink Tabs also features HoverClick metrics, allowing marketers to track engagement with the interactive components of their pictures.
The company said ThingLink Tabs is available with its Plus and Pro accounts. Plus accounts include one Facebook page and 500 image uploads per month for $5 monthly, while Pro accounts, at $20 per month, cover five Facebook pages and include unlimited images.
ThingLink added that its users include Van Halen, Gucci Maine, Blink-182, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio), Canadian newspaper National Post, British comedian Alan Partridge, and the U.K. music weekly NME.
Readers: Would you click through to links embedded into pictures on Facebook?