This move comes two weeks after the company announced it was opening the Messenger platform to third-party development at its annual F8 conference. The app, which has more than 600 million monthly active users, is also being positioned as a tool for businesses to communicate with customers. Messenger for the web, which can be accessed at Messenger.com, is currently only available for profiles, not Facebook Pages, but that would seem to be an easy upgrade, and one that would be very popular with Page administrators. Get the full story at Marketing Land Read also "Facebook Messenger and the hotel booking experience"