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Facebook’s news feed change won’t help social media addiction

When Facebook announced it was tuning out publishers and brandsto focus on friends, family and “meaningful interactions”, my immediate response was relief. I desperately want tech companies like Facebook to be fully aware of the impact they’re having on society and to take responsibility for when they steer

Facebook’s 21-Year-Old Wunderkind Sayman Leaves for Google

HIGHLIGHTS Facebook hired Michael Sayman for an internship when he was 17 years old At Google, he’ll be a product manager for Assistant Assistant is a top priority for Google CEO Sundar Pichai Facebook hired Michael Sayman for an internship when he was 17 years old, and

Facebook’s Testing Out a New Tool to Help You Connect with Like-Minded Users

Facebook’s always looking to boost sharing and interaction on the platform – as The Social Network has noted previously: “Our top priority is keeping you connected to the people, places and things you want to be connected to — starting with the people you are friends with

How Will Facebook’s New Algorithm Impact Candidate and Advocacy Group Pages?

Last week Facebook announced that it had once again updated its News Feed algorithm, this time to prioritize our friends’ profile posts over Page posts. What this means is that posts from Pages will be pushed further down on your News Feed, making it less likely you’ll see

What Social Media Marketers Need to Know About Facebook’s Instant Articles

With its new offering “Instant Articles,” Facebook hopes to revolutionize how publishers post content to its network. On April 12th, the company will unveil the new feature on iPhone and Android Facebook apps, allowing publishers to post content (even longform) directly instead of via external links. What does all