Term archive for "Facebook changes"

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It’s Not The Size That Matters

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Remember when Facebook decided it was all about the images, and started prioritizing posts that had large images over posts that didn’t? The change was supposed to enhance the user experience, but apparently, size wasn’t what Facebook users were looking for. The longer you spend looking at a post the higher priority that post type… Continue Reading »

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The GIFs are Coming! The GIFs are Coming! Get Ready for Facebook’s Next Big Change

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Facebook has announced that it will now support animated GIFs. Animated GIFs are moving images that loop, repeating themselves over and over again. Chances are you’ve seen them on Twitter, Tumblr and other social media sites – but before now, Facebook, in part due to worries that the presence of animated GIFs would ruin the… Continue Reading »

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Is Your Facebook Reach Making You Furious? Here’s What To Do About It

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If your Facebook reach has been floundering, we’ve got some good news: it’s not just you. Facebook has made several changes that significantly diminish the organic reach of posted content. Forbes is reporting that content reach has dropped by nearly 10% over the course of the last two years. Big brands are seeing this drop… Continue Reading »

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Did You Know Your Business Is Just Like The NY Times?

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The media world is about to undergo a major transformation, as Facebook begins to host content from some of the news industry’s largest, most respected brands. Fortune magazine is reporting that the NY Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic are among the first companies who will post their content directly to Facebook, rather than using Facebook… Continue Reading »