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Changes in News Feeds, yes again!

Dear readers, as of January 2015 most of you will have to adapt to the new set of rules proposed by the Facebook team. It is very important that you pay attention to the following article, since the success of your Facebook page might depend on it. 17 more words

Are You Ready for Facebook's Changes in 2015?

Originally posted by Milk It Academy

A few weeks ago, Facebook announced through a blog post a major change in how they will show posts from business pages in the news feed. 757 more words

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Change in Facebook Pages Rules will affect artists marketing their art

This is a great read for writers using Facebook to promote their work…

Change in Facebook Pages Rules will affect artists marketing their art.

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Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

This is something to think about. I finally get the hang of something, then the rules change!

The end of free Facebook for brands

Beginning next month, Facebook is removing Page’s updates from user’s news feeds unless Pages pay to boost their posts. They are also threatening to remove any post that is “too promotional” in nature, or “tricks” the user with click bait. 368 more words

Facebook's Product Design Director: Redesign for 1 Billion Users | Businessweek

Anyone who has even breathed in the vicinity of a website redesign knows that there is no more perfect time for every single site user to say exactly what they think about the terrible, horrible changes that never should have been made in the first place. 109 more words

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My Birthday is NOYB: Facebook Changes and Small Business Marketing Workshops

Finally.

Facebook has changed its login options.  Now users can try out new apps or log into old ones without sharing their data or automatically posting information about what they are doing on their wall.  262 more words

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The New Facebook Timeline Do's and Don'ts

Yesterday I talked about how Facebook killed itself.  I don’t generally do things without a plan, nor do I ever bring up a problem without offering solutions. 592 more words

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