• Jennifer Fortney

What Facebook Content, News Feed Transition Means for Marketers


“We feel a responsibility to make sure our services aren’t just fun to use, but also good for people’s well-being,” said Zuckerberg in his online post.

It's been a bit of a rough year for Facebook, however, Mark Zuckerberg was way ahead of it. Noticing that his platform was becoming a tool for spreading hateful speech, bullying and, ultimately, the end of friendships, he began putting a plan in place to return Facebook to its original magic - authentic, positive relationships and meaningful connections and conversation.

The downside is that it also means that most business pages could be completely hidden from followers. Thousands and thousands of small businesses, startups and nonprofits rely on the inexpensive options Facebook offers to grow their business and to reach potential donors. So, how will Zuckerberg's announcement effect marketers, especially SMBs, startups, entrepreneurs and nonprofits?

Read more to get my thoughts in this LinkedIn Pulse Post:

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