You probably get so much information on your Facebook’s news feed that sometimes you don’t even want to look at it. Just the thought of the amount of time you might have to waste to find the info that matters most to you is mind-numbing. Show More Summary
Google passed Facebook as the top referral traffic driver in 2017 as the search giant doubled down on mobile and the social giant cleaned up its News Feed. That move resulted in an even bigger change last year: Search overtook social in 2017, after the two first swapped spots in 2013. The chart above shows […]
Remember that super-creepy ad for slim-fit pants that followed you all around the internet and kept popping up in your Facebook news feed last week? Well, chances are the fashion brand behind it knows it’s super-creepy, but don’t expect a mea culpa. Show More Summary
I was scrolling through my news feed on Facebook a few hours ago and I noticed one of my conservative friends created a post with a complaint. This friend, we’ll call her Allie because that’s her real name, was upset because she had posted a news story only to have it removed by Facebook. She [...]Show More Summary
Support for 3D imagery on Facebook is growing. Last October, Facebook introduced interactive posts of 3D objects to its news feed. The social network rolled out support for a new file format this week, which will make it even easierShow More Summary
Facebook's decision under pressure to overhaul its News Feed in January, combined with tweaks by its smaller social-media rivals, have led to a shift in where advertisers are spending their money.
Vox Media is cutting 5% of staff as industry changes, like Facebook’s adjustment to its news feed, makes it harder to make money from social video.
What if you could digitally sculpt a 3D object and share it on Facebook, play with it in virtual reality, or insert it into your world with augmented reality? Facebook is polishing up stages one and two today after first debuting posts of interactive 3D models in News Feed in October that you can move and spin around. Show More Summary
Campbell Brown, who heads Facebook’s news partnerships team, and Adam Mosseri, Facebook VP of News Feed, took the stage at Recode’s Code Media conference Monday to discuss, oh, the company that we all think about all the time now. A few key bits from the Recode panel: Campbell Brown: Facebook is “having a point of...
On January 19, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained how the company planned to decide which news sources it would prioritize in the (now with less news!) News Feed. “We decided that having the community determine which sources are broadly trusted would be most objective,” he wrote. This plan — in which users would be asked...
Authored by Jay Syrmopoulos via TurthInMedia.com, The largest newspaper in Brazil, Folha de S Paulo, announced late last week that due to Facebook’s recent changes to their news feed algorithm resulting in what the paper claims is “effectively...Show More Summary
Mikita Burton has had a Facebook account for nine years, nearly as long as her youngest child has been alive. And, until arguments about the presidential election spread like a contagion throughout her news feed, she averaged three hours a day chatting with friends on the social network.
Facebook’s recently announced news feed changes, which will prioritise posts by friends and family over those from publishers and other brands, are analyzed in a new WAN-IFRA Report that was launched in a webinar with author Grzegorz Piechota. Read more...
Adam Mosseri, Head of News Feed at Facebook discusses how their algorithm chooses what news sources to promote and how they defend against being gamed. The post Facebook Discusses 4 Parts of their News Feed Algorithm by @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Remember the days when Facebook's News Feed was full of listicles from the likes of BuzzFeed? A new feature from the social network has them poised to return, but from your friends and family, not from publishers. Facebook Tuesday began rolling out Lists, which enables users to create and share text lists, clone lists from...
The new tool comes as the social network continues to overhaul your news feed.
"Time well spent" is Facebook's North star in deciding what you see, but the company is "trying to figure out" how to understand it, News Feed's head says.
Folha de São Paulo rebels against the company's news feed changes to emphasize posts from connections rather than brands.
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...
Facebook is making some changes in 2018 and studies show the changes to user's news feeds could be bad for their psychological well-being.