Everything We Know About The Facebook Feed Changes So Far

Everything We Know About The Facebook Feed Changes So Far

Ok, so Facebook has announced changes to how it displays content in the feed and people are freaking out. And not in a good way. Here’s what is happening: Posts from family and Friends be prioritized According to VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri, Facebook will prioritize “posts that inspire back-and-forth discussion in the comments and posts that you might want to share and react to. Because space in News Feed is limited, showing more posts from friends and family and updates that spark conversation means we’ll show less public content, including videos … Read more

How Not To Be Like Kodak

How Not To Be Like Kodak

When we think about most arts organizations, would we use the term “innovative” to describe them? Probably not. For many organizations, things have been done largely the same way for decades. Sure, there may be some shiny new things like a website or app, but the experience of attending an arts event hasn’t really changed.  You purchase a ticket to sit in a dark theater mostly in silence watching something happening on a stage. I started thinking about this again when I recently read this article on TechCrunch.  It talks about how … Read more

Facebook Is Matching Donations On #GivingTuesday, Here’s What You Need To Know

Facebook has just announced that they are partnering with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to match donations made through Facebook on #GivingTuesday (November 28) up to $2 million. Facebook is also waiving the processing fees for these transactions, even after the match runs out. Because of the nature of Facebook and magnitude of this campaign, I expect that there will be a higher-than-average number of donations via Facebook. That said, this doesn’t apply to funds that you raise via a link to the donate page on your website; the money has to be … Read more

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