Facebook will ask you or every other random user to identify “real” news. Here is the survey that could profoundly alter the news landscape for 2 billion people, in its entirety: Do you recognize the following websites? (Yes/No) How much do you trust each of these domains? (Entirely/A lot/Somewhat/Barely/Not at all). Ummmm, rigggghhhhttt. This will […]
Adjust Your Facebook Page Strategy Facebook is making significant changes to its news feed algorithm in an effort to prioritize “meaningful” person-to-person interactions among friends and family over posts from Facebook pages. These updates will result in fewer public posts from pages and fewer videos in the news feed.
There were lots of pretty metric charts released in the official Twitter blogs that spin a good tale on why increasing the tweet count to 280 characters is no big deal. These are the questions a good product manager would ask though:
Use Tweetbot Tweetbot is the main reason that I still use Twitter at all these days. It just seems that bluebird management is a little weak when it comes to UX. Even the data they disclosed to support the change to 280 character tweets is flawed or measuring the wrong things—that’s a different (hopefully future) […]
So don’t expect people to read content that seems neither easily scannable nor relevant for them, therefore long text blocks, unnecessary instructions, promotional writing and “smalltalk” should be avoided on the web.