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Friday, August 14, 2020

Archive for the 'Facebook News Feed Updates' Category

Facebook’s News Feed update: eleven points to know

Facebook’s announcement regarding the company’s plans to update ht news feed for offering ‘meaningful interaction’ have been received seriously by the whole media community. The changes will require you to update your marketing strategies.Econsultancy columnist Depesh Mandalia has shared eleven updates that can help marketers to stay focused on Facebook marketing and advertising.Talking about the use of Facebook Groups Mandalia says, “Facebook made many moves in 2017 to focus on and elevate groups. It’s not the big thing of 2018, it already was the big thing of 2017... [...]

Facebook News Feed update: things you should know

Last week Facebook announced its plan to update ht news feed for offering ‘meaningful interaction’.Econsultancy columnist Matt Owen has shared an article explaining the things marketers should know in connection with Facebook recent News Feed update.Owen says, “I’ve been lucky enough to work with some very interesting businesses in all sorts of sectors, many of them with a genuine commitment to the customer at the heart of their activities. But even so, very few of them have really (and I mean *really*) been willing to ‘do social properly’ – to take a long... [...]

Facebook updating News Feed for ‘meaningful interaction’

Facebook has announced its plan to update the News Feed for providing ‘meaningful interaction’ to its users.Initially Mark Zuckerberg posted on the company’s plans to help people well spend their time on the social network.Talking about the post News Feed changes, Zuckerberg says, ” I want to be clear: by making these changes, I expect the time people spend on Facebook and some measures of engagement will go down. But I also expect the time you do spend on Facebook will be more valuable. And if we do the right thing, I believe that will be good for our community and... [...]

Facebook announces action against video clickbait

Video plays an important role in enhancing our marketing efforts. But by some video is used to generate some clicks and get a few visits to their website.To penalize such publishers, Facebook has announced a new policy which will limit the spread of stories in news feed that feature video play buttons embedded in their imagery.Facebook’s Baraa Hamodi says, “People want to see accurate information on Facebook, and so do we. When people click on an image in their News Feed featuring a play button, they expect a video to start playing. Spammers often use fake play buttons to trick people... [...]

Facebook announces new action against ‘cloaking’

In a recent Facebook News Feed update, the company has announced strict action against ‘cloaking’, a technique a used to circumvent Facebook’s review processes and show content to people that violates Facebook ad policies.Facebook’s Rob Leathern & Bobbie Chang says “Since cloaking exists across many of today’s digital platforms, we will also be collaborating closely with other companies in the industry to find new ways to combat it and punish bad actors. Over the past few months we have been ramping up our enforcement across ads, posts and Pages, and have strengthened... [...]

Facebook News Feed now shows stories that link to faster loading webpages

Facebook has once again updated its news feed. Now the news feed features the stories first which link to faster loading webpages.says, “With this update, we’ll soon take into account the estimated load time of a webpage that someone clicks to from any link in News Feed on the mobile app. Factors such as the person’s current network connection and the general speed of the corresponding webpage will be considered. If signals indicate the webpage will load quickly, the link to that webpage might appear higher in your feed”.To help publishers make their webpages load faster, Facebook... [...]

Facebook Updates News Feed to Reduce Clickbait Headlines

Clickbaits are creating hurdles for online marketers and advertisers by attracting attention and encouraging visitors to click on a link to a particular web page.Facebook News Feed is also facing a challenge due to Clickbait and in a drive to make people’s lives easier, the company has updated its news feed.Facebook has announced three updates.Arun Babu says, “Today, we are making three updates that build on this work so that people will see even fewer clickbait stories in their feeds, and more of the stories they find authentic.First, we are now taking into account clickbait... [...]