Tag Archives: Facebook

Five tips for dealing with “Facebook Zero”

By Scott Swanson When The New York Times covers a change to Facebook’s news feed, you know it’s a big deal. And indeed it is. Facebook recently announced what had been rumored for months: that users will begin to see “less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media,” and instead see more from […]

Instagram tells a better story than Snap

By Katie Stiefel   Earlier this month, Instagram announced that over 200 million of its 700 million users are using Instagram Stories every day, up from 150 million in January. This means that more people are using Instagram Stories than Snap (formerly known as Snapchat) Stories, which last reported 158 million daily users in February. The stories […]

Sorry, crazy uncles – Facebook’s news feed changes made you less relevant

By Scott Swanson Oh, Facebook. Such a wonderful tool for so many reasons – keeping up with old friends, venting to a captive audience, and even playing a small role in major world events. But let’s be real – Facebook can be a pretty infuriating place, too. For whatever reason – political beliefs, passive-aggressiveness, over-sharing […]

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