Facebook recently opened up their new 'Instant Articles' platform to all users, enabling every publisher to provide a better experience for mobile readers. Here are 6 of the most common questions about the new option.
At Facebook's recent F8 conference, Adam Mosseri , Facebook’s VP of Product for News Feed, went through exactly how the Facebook News Feed algorithm works, and the sess ion includes a heap of helpful insights to establish a better understanding of the system.
What if you could get paid to post stuff on Facebook? And not branded content or marketing messages, what if there was a way for you to build a fan base simply by posting things you like, and that your Facebook audience is interested in?
While day one of Facebook’s F8 developer conference introduced a range of new, consumer facing functions and feature s, day two was more focussed on the back-end, on the systems and innovations Facebook’s putting in place to power their vis i on.
Following the release of a range of new Facebook Live features earlier this week, The Social Network has outlined a few other, additional video discovery features to help boost content on the platform.
Facebook has this week unveiled a new automated image identification system which uses AI to describe the contents of photos. The announcement has significant implications for future data possibilties.
Facebook has announced two new tools to help advertisers refine their on-platform ad content, one which provides more oversight into Facebook video performance, and another with recommends ways to improve your Facebook ads.
Last year, millions of Facebook users changed their profile image to show their support for the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same sex marriage. Now, Facebook may be looking to use the same profile addition option as an advertising tool - here's why such a move would make sense.
Facebook has released its listing of the most discussed issues of the month on the platform for February 2015 - with Valentine’s Day coming out as the most talked about subject among Facebook and Instagram users.
Facebook has announced that they've acquired video-altering app MSQRD, which could lead to a whole new range of fun, video enhancements within Facebook's offerings. But there could also be bigger implications to the deal than it may seem.
With Facebook and Google both trying to keep users on their platforms for longer by delivering faster loading content, are the major networks also making it harder for publishers to refer traffic back to their own sites?
The interesting thing about Facebook's 'Reactions' is the amount of data it provides - and not just to Facebook. Sure, Facebook is now learning the nuances of the way you emotionally react to your feed, insomuch as emojis communicate nuance, but now you can go beyond a simple “like,” which, as powerful a data tool as that is for organizations, is pretty one-dimensional.