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Why Facebook's news feed shake-up may be a smart move to squeeze more money from publishers (GOOG, FB, TWTR)

Business Insider Friday, 12 January 2018
Why Facebook's news feed shake-up may be a smart move to squeeze more money from publishers (GOOG, FB, TWTR)**

· *Facebook will change its news feed so that people will see more updates from friends and family, and fewer organic posts from news publishers and brands.*
· *It's a drastic change for Facebook, which thinks that "passive" news consumption is bad for people's mental health.*
· *But it's also a canny commercial move,...
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News video: Facebook News Feed Changes Become Latest Blow To Publishers, Brands

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Facebook's decision to refocus its news feed to show more posts from friends and fewer posts from brands and publishers could be a seismic shift, with the potential to strike a major blow to publishers and businesses. The social network has become an important way for brands, media companies and...

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