Term archive for "Facebook Trends"

Get Ready for GIFs: Facebook To Roll Out New Commenting Feature

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Call it GIF creep. For years, Facebook steadfastly refused to support animated GIF files: their logic was that the moving images disrupted the Facebook experience, potentially ruining the aesthetics of a users’ feed. The launch of the autoplay video shattered the logic in that argument. Facebook began allowing GIFs in posts in 2015. GIFs have… Continue Reading »

Facebook Is Doing Everything It Can To Keep Users From Going To Your Website

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How Will You Make This Work for You? On April 12, Facebook is making its Instant Articles feature available to all publishers. This means if you’ve got a website where you post original content and a Facebook page, you’re good to go: you’ll have the ability to post entire articles and video content directly to… Continue Reading »

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 »

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 »