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HAHA "Boland assured business owners that Facebook has always had its customers and businesses at heart throughout the changes that they have made." Just like they split messages into a second app that has access to your camera and microphone whenever it wants? Just like they ran psychological tests on users?
Addressing the Bieber/KimK piece, that is Twitter's fault because every new user must follow 5 people immediately upon registration. Twitter for some reason thinks that we all want to follow the same 8 celebrities so they push those hard on new users and most forget to unfollow after signup.
I don't understand why the suggested people to follow are already verified and famous, why do I need to make their following greater?
I am a huge fan of Storify. We utilized it to tell the story from our participant's POV but curated/edited it to be in chronological order as the trip went. The trip was overseas so it was a great way for Family/Friends of the participants to follow along the journey and feel connected.
Great description of those who are full of it! I see those bloopers all the time and just shake my head at these "professionals"
And this is further proof of Facebook's non existent plan to monitize their site. No one wants to click an ad, no one wants to like a page because of an ad, I don't want sponsored posts in my newsfeed. They look fake/artificial and almost out of place because they don't match the other posts around it. Facebook needs to cater to the needs of business in an online community. Businesses will pay for that and keep facebook's value high in doing so.