The company announced Tuesday that it would allow Facebook users to share more of their activities on the sites of Yahoo, including new they look.
Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) introduced the option to share on Facebook in the main section three months ago. The same function will now be available in 26 other sections of the universe Yahoo, including his service “omg” for news and culture sections devoted to TV, movies and games.
In addition to linking to the popular networking services Facebook, Yahoo hopes to give people more reasons to visit and linger.
Yahoo wants to ultimately sell more online ads. This is an area where Facebook has gained ground, while its website has emerged as a key event on the Web.
Yahoo was led by three different presidents and CEOs over the last four years, while its revenues and its stock price fell. Yahoo issues led to a review board that will culminate with the sale in whole or in part of the company.
Yahoo is satisfied with the results to date links to Facebook. The crowd in the news section has tripled since the introduction of the element of information sharing, according to the company based in Sunnyvale, California.
Yahoo said the sections of finance and sports are related to Facebook at the beginning of next year.