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Survey of large publishers: 30 percent of our website visits come from Facebook

For publishers, Facebook is the proverbial 800-pound gorilla in the room: They know they have to deal with it, but they aren’t always sure of the best strategy for approach. A new report out today from the International News Media Association attempts to deal with that problem by providing an overview of how Facebook works...
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