The third quarter transparency reports give us more insight into the platform, but it’s unclear whether the company’s wide-ranging efforts to restore its reputation will have the desired effect. George Nguyen on November 12, 2021 On Tuesday, Facebook published its Q3 2021 transparency reports, including reports on its most widely viewed content and community standards … Continue reading Facebook says short posts have the most views while hate speech drops on platform
Pallavi Tyagi March 2, 2021 A quick search on the internet will throw up many articles that tell you that Facebook boost posts are a total waste of money! That boosting posts through Facebook do not result in anything worthwhile. But, if you dig deeper into boost posts, you will find that there are certain … Continue reading Facebook Boost Post – Is It Worth It?
Now in more than 100 cities, “Today In” pulls local content into an opt-in daily News Feed digest and a standalone section within its mobile app. Robin Kurzer on October 11, 2018 Facebook announced Wednesday that it was testing a way to drive local engagement with relevant news and information in more than 100 U.S. … Continue reading Will Facebook’s news aggregation feature increase engagement for local publishers?
Philippe Guay — February 15, 2018 Follow @sendtonews — February 15, 2018 Being dumped by your boyfriend or girlfriend can be traumatic. It can especially sting when you feel like you didn’t do anything wrong. As my mom told me after I lost my first serious girlfriend, “There are plenty of fish in the sea. … Continue reading Facebook Dumps Publishers. Now What?
Kate Rose — July 17, 2017 Follow @rosemcgrory — July 17, 2017 Facebook’s Custom Link modification function is about to go away. If you’re creating Facebook content which includes a link, and suddenly find that the options to edit the automatically generated preview (the image, title, and description that comes with it) have gone away, … Continue reading Links Posted On Facebook Are About To Get Messier – Here’s How To Fix Them
Facebook is testing a program to facilitate publishers’ direct-sold video ad deals with A&E Networks, ESPN, Hearst and Scripps. Tim Peterson on May 23, 2017 Already a dominant audience conduit, Facebook is looking to play an even bigger role in publishers’ ad businesses. A year after Facebook started auctioning off publishers’ in-stream video ad … Continue reading Facebook wants to automate publishers’ direct-sold video ad deals