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Msg#: 4347643 posted 10:54 am on Aug 4, 2011 (gmt 0)

Facebook Considers Overhaul To News Feed [online.wsj.com]

In moves that would change how consumers, developers and marketers use Facebook Inc., the social network is exploring an expansion of the information users see on its home page.

The changes are designed to address some of the biggest frustrations by third-party developers and marketers on Facebook: standing out in the News Feed. The News Feed is a stream of information that users see on Facebook's home page; the information is currently filtered by the social network.

 

Lexur

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Msg#: 4347643 posted 11:09 am on Aug 5, 2011 (gmt 0)

Once you have more than one hundred "friends" the wall need some kind of moderation. Maybe Facebook just should explain the rules applied now.


By the way, a link to a URL where I'm invited to suscribe it's not an affiliate link?

proboscis

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Msg#: 4347643 posted 7:06 pm on Aug 7, 2011 (gmt 0)

the information is currently filtered by the social network.


What does that mean?

And how will the information in the news feed be filtered or arranged in the future? I'm not a subscriber...

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