Last updated on September 20. 2018.
If so, you’re not alone. Far from it. In the last few months, Facebook has quietly shifted into crisis mode. According to The Information, “original broadcast sharing”–ie. posts consisting of users’ own words and images–fell 21 percent from 2014 to 2015, contributing to a 5.5 percent decrease in total sharing. In response, the company created a task force in London whose mission is to devise a strategy to stem the ebb and get people sharing again. Among the measures taken so far: a change in the News Feed algorithm that privileges original status updates over professional content like news links and viral videos, and Wednesday’s mishap-marred roll-out of a new live-video-streaming feature.
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Whatever may be stored in for its users, its popularity is still increasing and its users are very keenly watching and posting their notifications status update etc on their pages. And of course, the writers and bloggers have their own business pages too!To read, rest of the story and my comment please click HERE Click To Tweet
Here is yet another wonderful post, written by the content guru Nicole Blanckenberg of StoreYa on the pages on Busines2commmunity website.
She says: “It’s becoming more and more important to take a more personal approach to how you advertise to your target audience in order to stand out from the crowd. Nothing could be more true than navigating Facebook. Facebook currently has over 2 billion users, and as the platform continues to grow, newsfeeds changes are implemented and eCommerce businesses increase, your Facebook competition is getting tighter by the minute.
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