Yasmin Bendror — February 9, 2018 Follow @yasminbendror — February 9, 2018 Now that it’s been over three weeks since the announcements from Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s News Feed algorithm changes, I hope everyone has calmed down a little. My clients, friends and colleagues have been asking me what this all means as Zuck’s message … Continue reading Facebook News Feed Changes. Stay Calm. Don’t Panic.
Chris Sheehy — February 5, 2018 Follow @sidewalkbrand — February 5, 2018 A couple of weeks ago Facebook announced they are reducing the number of organic (not-paid) business news stories that display on your Facebook feed. For businesses – especially ones with a small or non-existent advertising budget, this is crushing news. But what if … Continue reading Do This – Now That Facebook’s News Feed Is Dead
Joao Romao — January 26, 2018 Follow @joaoromaolx — January 26, 2018 Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Goals. We’ve been writing about Facebook’s constant changes to its newsfeed. We’ve been advising how to survive the reach crush, the dangers (and unsustainability) of the clickbait culture, why understanding how Facebook works is tough and even some tests with … Continue reading Fixing Facebook: A “Better” Newsfeed and a Chance for Journalism
Tom Martin — January 24, 2018 Follow @TomMartin — January 24, 2018 Facebook’s announcement that “The new algorithm will emphasize posts from friends and family over viral videos and clickbait headlines from Pages.” doesn’t mean you need a new social media strategy. It means you’ll need to execute better against the same social media strategy … Continue reading Facebook News Feed Changes: Why You Don’t Need A New Strategy
Laura Donovan — January 12, 2018 Follow @thewordpro — January 12, 2018 PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay Facebook has announced a change to the News Feed and publishers, marketers, and businesses are concerned. As explained in a blog post by Adam Mosseri, Head of News Feed in a Facebook Newsroom update, “Facebook was built to bring people … Continue reading Facebook News Feed Change (and Panic Ensues)
Joao Romao — October 10, 2017 Follow @joaoromaolx — October 10, 2017 Simon / Pixabay Understanding how Facebook works is tough. Their algorithms are updated constantly and it’s hard to keep track of every change. However, I think it’s quite possible to formulate a couple of rules or laws by analyzing their changes through the … Continue reading The Laws of Facebook’s News Feed
By Nadiia Gryshchenko July 28th, 2017 Most users want to share their updates with the widest audience. But for business pages, post reach is usually one of the KPIs. The problem is that organic reach for Facebook business pages has recently decreased. The same refers to the pages of individual users. What happened and … Continue reading Everything You Want To Know About The Facebook News Feed
Ross Wingo — March 18, 2017 — March 18, 2017 Facebook is a powerful medium through which people do a variety of things: communicate with one another, share news, plan events, discover brands, and more. According to Facebook, 1.8 billion people use the platform monthly. That’s an incredible number. If you’re a small- or medium-sized … Continue reading How Do I Show Up in the Facebook News Feed?
by Larry Kim July 25, 2016July 25, 2016 Ladies and gentlemen. We come together today to once again mourn the loss of Facebook organic reach, to share the grief all of us marketers feel. And perhaps, in that sharing, we can find the strength to look toward the future with some hope. Yes, organic reach … Continue reading Hacking the Facebook Newsfeed Algorithm: 5 Ways to Recover Organic Reach
by Scott Barnett July 12, 2016 Follow @scottabarnettJuly 12, 2016 In May, we wrote about Facebook’s news feed and how they prioritize posts. Following their annual F8 conference, Facebook themselves revealed details how they prioritize what shows up in user’s news feeds. Our conclusion was confirmed that if you were a business owner or a … Continue reading Facebooks News Feed, Part II