Facebook Instant Articles

  • Three technologies you absolutely must have for better SEO

    …, mobile users performed more internet searches than desktop users. Google knew it had to do something. Enter Mobilegeddon, the algorithm change that Google rolled out on April 22, 2015. It was considered the apocalypse of the internet. Mobilegeddon promoted listings of mobile-friendly websites in the search results. Non-mobile-friendly sites were…

    Matt Morgan/ Search Engine Watch- 13 readers -
  • Should publishers and content marketers be playing the platform game?

    … into the publishing space. The new, more eye-catching Snapchat Discover Meanwhile, publishing platforms like Facebook Instant Articles and Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) have come about with the goal of providing users the best possible experience in mobile. They aim to load fast and look sleek, getting rid of the distracting artefacts…

    Search Engine Watch- 8 readers -
  • LinkedIn ‘Instant Articles’: Good News or Time for Platform Panic?

    …, will get free content to keep people on its site and, soon enough, tons of ad revenue from publishers looking to promote their posts. It’s a no-brainer for LinkedIn, just as auto-play videos and Instant Articles were for Facebook, Discover was for Snapchat, and Google AMP and the recently launched Google Posts were for Google. As much as some publishers…

    Joe Lazauskas/ Relevance- 17 readers -
  • How to Create Facebook Instant Articles For Your Blog

    If you have been on Facebook over the past few months, you have probably noticed their new Instant Articles feature. Facebook Instant Articles are articles that load within Facebook when they are clicked. Facebook says they load up to 10x faster than normal articles (links) and because of that they get more engagement.

    Luke Kling- 8 readers -
  • Facebook Takes on Yelp With New Service: This Week in Social Media

    … Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week Facebook Tests New Professional Services Feature: Facebook is “in the early stages of testing a way for people to easily find more Pages…

    Social Media Examinerin Social- 16 readers -
  • Google Reshapes Google+: This Week in Social Media

    … is “testing fundraisers — a new tool — and improving [the] Donate button, to allow people to donate to charities without leaving Facebook.” Facebook is testing this experience with a limited number of partners and is “committed to expanding these tools to as many organizations as possible in the future.” “People will be able to donate in just a few taps…

    Social Media Examinerin Social Google- 24 readers -
  • Twitter Publish: This Week in Social Media

    … to create polls on Twitter: https://t.co/pH5a8q9Ujz pic.twitter.com/ijAKEMUdf1 — Twitter (@twitter) October 21, 2015 YouTube Debuts Paid Subscription Experience, YouTube Red: YouTube Red is a new paid membership that allows you “to enjoy videos across all of YouTube without ads, while also letting you save videos to watch offline on your phone…

    Social Media Examinerin Social- 13 readers -
  • Content Distribution – The Secret War Between Tech Giants Rages On

    As promotion and distribution becomes a more popular topic of discussion amongst content marketers, stalwart tech companies are figuring out ways to get their slice. You know them – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google, Apple, etc. We’re not talking newsfeed posts, either. We’re talking full-on gatekeeper status of the content consumed and shared on the Internet, period.

    Chad Pollitt/ Relevance- 22 readers -
  • Facebook Notes Enhancements: This Week in Social Media

    … in your mentions feed to get a sense of how people are reacting to your articles and connect with them directly.” Facebook Shares How to Publish Instant Articles With Your Content Management System: “Beyond creating a great experience for readers, [Facebook] designed Instant Articles to make it as easy as possible for publishers to use…

    Cindy King/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 18 readers -
  • 7 Things You Need to Know About Facebook Instant Articles

    … without sacrificing ad revenue. Visibility: C’mon. If you saw how Facebook juiced autoplay videos when they first rolled out, you know that the network will give Instant Articles the royal treatment in the EdgeRank algorithm. Technical glitches: While article links to publishers’ mobile sites take an average of eight seconds to load, Instant…

    Joe Lazauskas/ Relevancein Social Facebook- 25 readers -
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