If you like news and click on it in your Facebook feed, get ready for more.
As if our Facebook news feeds weren’t already polluted enough.
“We’re in the service of the person having the most engaging experience every single time they come back,” said Facebook VP Chris Cox. Here’s what that means in practice.
“A year ago we were having the discussion that Facebook doesn’t work, and GM is pulling its ads,” AdRoll president Adam Berke told me this morning. “Now we’re having the conversation on whether this rivals Google!”
Facebook page owners have long yearned for more insight than PTAT — Facebook’s people talking about this metric — offers. Starting today, they’re getting their wish.
Facebook’s coming video ads will be disruptive, interrupt people, and run the risk of Facebook becoming the very social network it supplanted, according to at least one online advertising executive.
When Facebook’s video ads land this summer, they could make the company lots and lots of money.
Just a few weeks after Facebook gave us the beautiful new uncluttered news feed, the social network is starting a test to introduce Facebook Exchange ads right in the middle of that wonderful simplicity.
Want the new News Feed now? Can’t wait any longer? Help is on the way! Just click through, children.
It’s obvious what News Feed changes mean for consumers. What about Facebook-connected apps and the devs who build them?
The new Facebook News Feed is here, and I hate it already, I think.
Facebook just announced its new News Feed, but your Facebook looks just the same as it did yesterday. How come?
Facebook just released its new news feed and marketers should be happy: Facebook is providing a rich canvas on which to display their wares. But it’ll be best for social marketing experts.
Facebook has changed up its News Feed, and we’ve got images of the redesign you can expect to see soon.
Editor’s Pick Facebook is announcing the latest changes to its News Feed today, and we’re reporting live from its headquarters. Check out this post for live updates on what you can expect to see on your Facebook soon.
Editor’s Pick What most are hoping for is a massive change that would toy with Facebook’s long-cultivated revenue streams and tinker with one of its most precious pieces of IP: The News Feed algorithm.
Facebook is on the verge of its first major News Feed redesign since 2011. Your Facebook friends are going to love it.
Facebook launched a share button for its mobile website. The feature finally makes the once complicated process of reposting status updates on mobile effortless.
Facebook today launched a new section that allows members to view more updates from the Pages they follow. The release could be enough to proactively stop a dustup from erupting into something bigger.
Facebook said that roughly 126 million of its mobile monthly active users accessed the social network exclusively through mobile devices in September.
Facebook has increased the amount of revenue it generates each day from advertisements running in the News Feed by four-fold over the course of the past 90 days.
Newsblur, a social newsreader that helps you find relevant news and features in the mass of digital content, has released its iPad app.
While microblogging site Twitter is quick when it comes to breaking news, the opposite is true for its ability to implement new features.
Over the weekend, Facebook began testing new filters that allow users to sort their News Feed (friends’ status updates, photos, links, and wall posts) in various new ways.
Social news aggregator Digg unveiled the fourth version of its website today, designed to let users select where they receive their news and create a more personalized experience.
Facebook was awarded a patent for its core news feed, raising concerns among some bloggers that the company will actively defend its intellectual property and threaten startups that also have feed-like features.
Facebook has just made two big changes. Facebook’s Ruchi Sanghvi has blogged about it here.