Social Media Marketing for Attorneys: Facebook Considers Changes to News Feed

Today’s Wall Street Journal yielded an interesting article about changes that Facebook is thinking about making to its news feed, that continuously changing scroll of information that appears on your Facebook home page from your friends, fans and brands you’ve “liked.”

Marketers have become increasingly frustrated with Facebook’s algorithms that don’t display every bit of content that is shared, so marketing messages may never be seen, even if you’ve signed on as a fan or “liked” a particular brand.

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