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How to Keep AFC in Your Newsfeed

When AFC launched in 2005, the internet was a totally different beast. Blogs were the little guy, out to upset the corporate media and democratize web content. And we succeeded! But fast-forward to 2016, and "user generated content" is what's doled out to us by Facebook's algorithms. As Facebook continually tweaks its content-prioritization metrics, you've probably noticed less and less posts from small publishers like us.
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