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As of today, Facebook is changing the way news stories are ranked in its main feed with an algorithm update that prioritizes original reporting.
Unilever is the latest to deliver a $7b blow to Facebook Ads’ revenue.
Facebook is updating its interface with a new type of notification that’s likely to hurt traffic to older pages.
The change comes at an interesting time for Facebook, with talk of boycotting and ongoing fury over political content stances.
Facebook is taking legal action against software companies responsible for distributing fake likes and comments across Facebook and Instagram.
Users will be able to opt out of political and social issues ads within the News Feed, or in the Ad Preferences area.
Facebook appears to be testing the addition of Wikipedia knowledge panels in search results, according to reports from multiple users.
Facebook is rolling out an update to Messenger that will allow page owners to toggle back and forth between personal messages and customer messages.
Business pages on Facebook may soon have the ability to send marketing emails with a new set of tools that are currently being tested.
Facebook Messenger Rooms, a new video chat option for up to 50 people, can now be launched from the Instagram Direct inbox.
Facebook has confirmed they are testing mid-roll video ads, and livestream video ad placements. Here’s what this tells us about their plans in video.
Facebook is expanding its e-commerce capabilities by making it possible for businesses to sell products directly on their Facebook and Instagram page.
Facebook is acquiring Giphy, one of the most popular GIF-sharing sites on the web, in a deal that’s reportedly valued at $400 million.