Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

3 Common Problems in Influencer Marketing & How to Fix Them

Influencer marketing is an opportunity for your brand to connect with your audience in a relevant way. But whether you’re about to launch your first influencer campaign or you have dozens under your belt, you’re likely to run into these common problems. Here are a few strategies to solve them.  Not Enough Time The problem:…

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Facebook Makes Changes to Political Ads

Facebook announced plans in April to increase accountability for political content, saying in a statement, “We believe that when you visit a Page or see an ad on Facebook it should be clear who it’s coming from.” As part of this effort, Facebook launched a new ads transparency tool last week designed to prevent political…

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What You Need to Know from Facebook’s F8 Conference

Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference is a showcase for the company’s new products, upcoming changes and overall vision for the future. This year’s F8 conference, held May 1 and 2, seemed like business as usual – with splashy announcements and a keynote speech from CEO Mark Zuckerberg – despite Facebook’s recent high-profile privacy controversy. Here are…

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Facebook is Launching New Privacy Tools & Controls

The words “Facebook” and “privacy” are fairly loaded at the moment. The company has battled weeks of bad press and user outrage after the revelation that the data of millions of users may have been inappropriately shared with Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm linked to the Trump campaign. And this Wednesday, Facebook amended its…

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Facebook News Roundup

Facebook has been in the news a lot in recent weeks – and not just for its latest product releases. Here’s a brief roundup of what’s going on with the world’s most influential social network. Private Data & Politics Facebook is facing a major crisis in the wake of revelations that Cambridge Analytica, a London-based…

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Hit Hard by Facebook Algorithm Changes, LittleThings Shuts Down

LittleThings, a 4-year-old content website focused on producing original videos and positive stories, closed its doors at the end of February. The popular site – which at its peak had 58 million unique visitors – depended heavily on Facebook traffic for distribution. After Facebook’s January announcement that it would be changing its News Feed algorithm…

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Facebook Update May Lead to a Rise in Influencer Marketing

Since Facebook announced the latest changes to its News Feed algorithm, industry reactions have been mixed – ranging from cautious optimism to full-scale panic. With this recent update, Facebook is concentrating on building more authentic connections and meaningful interactions within its audience. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that news and branded content will show up less…

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What Brands Need to Know about Facebook’s News Feed Changes

Facebook is changing what you will see in your News Feed – but probably not in the way you expect. Instead of expanding its content offerings or advertising opportunities, Facebook is refocusing the News Feed to prioritize personal connections over content from publishers and marketers. In a January 12 post, Mark Zuckerberg wrote: We built Facebook…

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Is Organic Reach Dead?

The short answer: no, organic reach isn’t dead. But it has been declining for some time – and it may get more complicated. For marketers trying to get their content seen for free on Facebook, outwitting the News Feed algorithm is a constant challenge. Before 2012, organic reach for Facebook Pages was significantly higher than…

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People Have Mixed Feelings about Facebook… But Can’t Quit It

In the 13 years since its launch, Facebook has become a central part of everyday life… for better or for worse, depending on who you talk to. The social network that has more than 2 billion monthly active users inspires strong emotions in people, from love and loyalty, to annoyance and disdain. A recent Verge…

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