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Apr 24 Posted 10 months ago
Focusing on quality content is always the best direction, regardless the Venue of Social Media
Apr 17 Posted 10 months ago
Facebook is learning more about you, and that signifies the company's news feed algorithm is more expert at deciding what you wish and what you dislike.
Apr 16 Posted 10 months ago
I'm curious to know how they will go about penalizing pages that violate these rules. I remember a few months back Facebook released a statement saying they would be penalizing low-quality content like memes, yet I still see countless memes in my newsfeed with 1000's of likes and shares despite the fact I've indicated on several occassions to Facebook, 'I don't want to see this'.
Also Facebook has never really seemed to penalize businesses that violate their TOS for contests; time and time again I see businesses asking contest participants to share the status for an entry despite this being against Facebooks rules. I wonder if they'll start cracking down on contests in violation of this rule?