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Facebook confirms it is considering removing “Like” counts

The experiment follows Instagram’s recent test to remove “Likes” on its platform. Amy Gesenhues on September 3, 2019 Facebook is following its efforts on Instagram and experimenting with removing “Like” counts from posts. The test was first spotted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. “Currently, with this unreleased feature, the like/reaction count is hidden from … Continue reading Facebook confirms it is considering removing “Like” counts

Could Social Media Be Detoxified By Removing the Like Button?

Joe Glover — June 19, 2019 — June 19, 2019 Social media is capable of doing some really powerful things. It can help friends and family keep in contact, you can use groups to meet people who share your interests, communities can organise events, and anyone can share their creativity. The positives of social media … Continue reading Could Social Media Be Detoxified By Removing the Like Button?

Facebook is removing 20 outdated, redundant ad metrics; adding methodology labels

The changes are part of an effort to improve transparency and clarity of ad measurement on the social network. Ginny Marvin on February 22, 2018     Facebook has made several changes to how and what advertising metrics it reports in an effort to improve transparency and clear up advertiser confusion. The changes come after … Continue reading Facebook is removing 20 outdated, redundant ad metrics; adding methodology labels

Clean Up Those Distribution Lists: Improve Email Performance by Removing the Unengaged

By Andrew Sheridan, Published November 5, 2014 Email performance metrics are something that all markers should be measuring and reporting on. Any decent email marketing platform readily tracks these statistics for you in order to show you exactly how your email is performing. Email metrics are grouped into two categories: engagement and deliverability. Engagement metrics … Continue reading Clean Up Those Distribution Lists: Improve Email Performance by Removing the Unengaged