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  • Facebook Journalism Project: A Complete Guide

    … and a cover image or video to package together in a set of Instant Articles. People on the latest version of our iOS and Android applications will be eligible to see these posts in News Feed and on publishers’ pages in the coming weeks. We’re in the very early stages of developing this feature and understanding which use cases it could enable for our…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 38 readers -
  • Facebook Under Fire: Do Marketers Care?

    …: Reach will decline 33 percent to 55 percent after the bug fix. Video, measuring completions: Video views to 100 percent will increase 35 percent after the bug fix. Instant Articles, time spent: Time spent will decline 7 percent after the bug fix. Analytics for Apps, referrals: Referrals will decline 6 percent after the bug fix. Interest lists…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 23 readers -
  • 5 Proven Tips for Retaining Social Visits

    … Recent research by CodeFuel, an engagement and monetization suite for publishers, and Nielsen found that website visitors from social media have a tendency to leave after a short period of time compared with traffic from some other sources. According to the study, visitors from social media are 51 percent likely to leave a website within a short…

    Inside Facebookin Social Google Facebook- 21 readers -
  • Journalism 101, Facebook-Style

    … included a guide for journalists that will explain how to get started on Facebook or simply grow your presence. We’ve heard from journalists that they need more information when deciding between setting up a page or a profile and about how to manage privacy settings. The “Getting Started” course seeks to answer all of those questions and covers…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 24 readers -
  • Why Ad Blockers Make Facebook Even More Powerful

    … One of the most common criticisms leveled at ad-blocking companies is that they are little more than extortionists. Eyeo GmbH—the company that owns Adblock Plus, the most-used ad blocker—takes money to whitelist websites from its ad blockers, despite purporting to fight for an ad-free web. Google, Amazon, Microsoft and other internet companies…

    Dillon Baker/ The Content Strategist- 17 readers -
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