WhatsApp’s popularity over the last few years has been unquestionable. After passing the milestone of more than one billion daily active users, there’s no denying the chat app’s strong popularity all across the globe. Now, after years of speculation, it has been officially confirmed: Facebook has finally decided to start monetising WhatsApp Read More
When Facebook launched its product, the platform was built to bring people closer together. One of the ways they did this is by connecting people to posts from their friends and family. With this newest update on News Feed, Facebook will be focusing more on News Feed ranking so people have more opportunities to interact with people they really care about. This update has even more impact on the organic reach of Pages than the previous update to News Feed.
Facebook launching Domain Verification for Link Editing
Since a few months, it has been made difficult to edit your metadata when publishing link posts. This was due to Facebook’s fight against fake news and publishers misusing the platform. From now on, you can easily edit your posts with Facebook’s new Domain Verification option.
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Facebook News Feed: Time to be authentic
When you’re busy with managing your online campaigns, you’ve probably missed the latest updates by Facebook. The time of catchy links leading to low-quality websites is now officially over. Facebook announced that it will no longer support ads on Facebook News Feed that contain little substantive content and is covered in ‘disruptive, shocking or malicious ads’. This means clickbait headlines, adult ads, eye-catching but inappropriate ads or pop-up ads will no longer be supported in the News Feed.