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Facebook is getting ready to test paid subscriptions with publications

Facebook is moving ahead on plans to let people subscribe to publications through Instant Articles. Nothing’s final, but the current thinking is that it will support publications with metered paywalls and freemium models, said a source familiar with the briefings. These options would seem to accommodate metered publications including Facebook skeptic The New York Times; and The Wall Street Journal and The Economist, which make a certain selection of articles free and put the rest behind a paywall.

Source - Read More: digiday.com

 
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The Way For You to Win on Facebook is Simple: Stop Doing These 2 Things #FacebookMarketing Marketing

Facebook is becoming more powerful, and competitive, by the day. Here’s what two of the world’s top social media experts say will keep you ahead.

Source - Read More: www.inc.com

Social media marketing is always changing as the platforms change. It is always a good idea to test different types of posts, They could be video, photos, shared posts, try different types of text within the posts and see what works and what doesn’t with your audience.

 
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How Your Small Business Social Media Can Compete #socialmediamarketing

Want your small business social media to stand out and yield measurable results?

You still can although it may take longer to achieve your objectives.

The reality is social media still works for small businesses if you consistently publish, curate and engage with your followers on topics core to your offering.

Source - Read More: heidicohen.com

As I mentioned in my latest talk I gave to businesses, if you are not using social media to market your business you are missing out on future customers.

 
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Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook’s mission is to replace church, a Christian pastor responds

Facebook creator and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the social media network’s new mission is to provide the community that churches once fulfilled. Pastor Robert Jeffries, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas, responded Friday with Martha MacCullum on Fox News.

“Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg declares a new mission for his creation,” MacCullum explined, “suggesting that his virtual social network will seek to take the place of some real life communities, like churches for example.”

Source - Read More: www.theblaze.com

 
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Posting links 50 times a day likely means you’re spreading fake news, Facebook says

Facebook has identified a way to spot accounts sharing spam and fake news: posting too much.
The social network announced a change to its algorithm that will deprioritize posts and links from users that share more than 50 times a day. Facebook isn’t evaluating the contents of the links shared by high-volume posters, but it found a correlation between the volume and sharing spam, fake news, or clickbait.

Source - Read More: thinkprogress.org

 
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