All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘new news feed’

Photos Still King on Facebook, Make Up 93% of the Most Engaging Posts

If you’re a brand hoping to get the maximum amount of follower engagement from your Facebook posts, it’s best to think visually. That’s because in terms of user engagement, photos are king. And it’s not even close. The latest numbers comes from social media analytics company Socialbakers, who conducted a study of their brand clients. what they found was that …

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Facebook Wasn’t Lying About How Slow They Would Roll Out the New News Feed

When Facebook first announced the new look for the news feed back in early March, the social network made a point to let everyone know (a few times) that they would be rolling it out very, very slowly. That shouldn’t have surprised anyone, considering that’s the same strategy they’ve taken with the Graph Search beta, which launched back in January. …

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Facebook Changes Image Requirements For The New News Feed

In early March, Facebook introduced its new News Feed to the world. The new News Feed puts much more of an emphasis on consuming content with larger pictures among other changes. Facebook has already given developers a few tips on how to get the most out of it, but now it’s starting to dole out the rules and regulations for …

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How Facebook’s New News Feed Was Reverse-Engineered with the Help of Users and a Bunch of Index Cards

Sometimes, you just have to ask people what they want. And sometimes, since people are really bad at getting out of their own way and telling you exactly what they want, you have to make them figure it out for themselves. Thus is the story behind Facebook’s new news feed, which is currently rolling out to users very very slowly. …

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Facebook No Longer Lets You Unlike Pages Directly from the New News Feed

It appears that Facebook has made a small tweak as a part of the new news feed, which is currently in the middle of a slow, delicate rollout. It appears that Facebook is putting an obstacle between users and their ability to unlike pages that they follow. Well, Facebook hasn’t really added anything – they’ve removed a shortcut which pretty …

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The New Facebook News Feed: What Users, Businesses, and Developers Need to Know

Yesterday, at an event at their Menlo Park headquarters, Facebook unveiled a radical redesign of their core product: the news feed. Unlike Graph Search or Gifts (two of the last big products that Facebook’s unveiled), the news feed is not an “extra,” if you will, in the film of Facebook. The news feed is the star of the Facebook experience. …

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Where’s the Ticker in the New Facebook News Feed? Gone, Pretty Much

If you’re one of the lucky few that Facebook has chosen to give access to the new refresh of the news feed, you may notice that something’s missing. Hey, where the hell is the ticker? It’s gone. Pretty much. It’s not completely dead, but in the new news feed it’s been relegated to the bottom left-hand corner and some users …

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How to Get the New Facebook News Feed Faster Than Your Friends

As you may have heard, big changes are coming to your Facebook news feed. At an event today in Menlo Park, Mark Zuckerberg and crew unveiled the new news feed, which they describe as a closer step towards a “personalized newspaper.” Old metaphors aside, Facebook’s new news feed is a big improvement, at least visually. It’s also shaping up to …

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