Twitter is also full of complaints about the outage with many taking to the site to moan about not being able to log in. I can see my cover pic and top header but nothing else.
Others reporting the same."Whilst another fan of the social network added: "Can the person who pulled out the mains plug on the Facebook Groups server please put it back in again.
This update stems from user complaints that content in the News Feed often points them to spammy or misleading sites.
With this new test, some users will be able to subscribe to Topics they may be interested in.
Facebook is all about connecting people with their friends and family and despite attempts to divert from its original concept, it’s not ready yet to leave it aside.
That’s why it decided to downplay stories from publishers on users’ news feed, in order to promote more personal stories from their favourite people.
I’m not sure when that behavior started, but it’s quite annoying and happens on both my Android (s goog) and i OS (s aapl) devices.
In the below timeline, we mark the major changes both marketers and businesses need to be aware of.Facebook has announced a new change to its News Feed algorithm, favouring personal posts over news stories, in an attempt to maintain its personal element.What does this *really* mean for publishers though?This announcement was not warmly welcomed by publishers, as it means that organic reach will probably drop even more (as if it wasn’t already low) and it will be even more challenging from now on to make it to a user’s news feed.It’s apparent that organic reach was becoming more challenging and only engagement and relevance could improve it.With Facebook’s 1.98 billion monthly active users, it continues to be critical for businesses to have a presence on the platform.