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Accepting Facebook’s F-Bomb to Publishers

Facebook dropped a virtual bomb on the digital publishing ecosystem with its announcement last month that the platform's News Feed will focus mostly on users' personal posts rather than content published by publishers or businesses. The social network's justification--that it will be making updates to the "ranking so that people have more opportunities to interact...
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