Facebook Algorithm Update

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Facebook Algorithm Update
« on: 07-02-2015, 03:55:25 »
Facebook is making 3 big changes of its algorithm

Here are the three big changes:

  • Facebook users will now be able to see more than one NewsFeed post from the same source in a row. Facebook's algorithm previously prevented that. Facebook says it's "relaxing this rule" so that users who don't see much content in their feeds can start seeing more.
  • Facebook will start prioritizing NewsFeed content posted by friends. "The second update tries to ensure that content posted directly by the friends you care about, such as photos, videos, status updates or links, will be higher up in News Feed so you are less likely to miss it," Facebook writes. It says you'll still see content from news organizations and Facebook pages you enjoy though.
  • Facebook will begin hiding posts that say what your friends have liked or commented on. This sounds like it could really diminish a publisher's second-hand reach. "This update will make these stories appear lower down in News Feed or not at all," Facebook says.
Other publisher changes may also be coming to Facebook shortly. The New York Times reported that a few publishers may soon be publishing articles to Facebook directly before posting them to their websites.


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