Who Do You Trust: Facebook, Twitter, Or Google? Facebook’s Feedback Panel Returns

By Mary C. Long 

FacebookFeedbackPanelSurvey2QuestionLast month, we told you about Facebook’s new Feedback Panel and how its eerie data gathering COULD potentially save your marriage. This month, there’s another round of feedback panel questions to share — and more for us to subjectively interpret from the questions!

This time around, Facebook had many of the same questions around advertising: Are you seeing relevant ads? Too many ads? Are they high-quality ads? (As opposed to what, we’re wondering? There isn’t really a “do it yourself commercial” equivalent online, unless we’re counting Vine.)

Facebook again asked if the quantity of ads seems to have increased, decreased, or stayed the same. Have you noticed anything drastic either way? We haven’t — which is probably exactly what the social network wants to hear.

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It also wants to know if Facebook feels too commercial or spammy, and if users are satisfied with what’s popping up in their News Feeds. Are you?

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But the most telling question, which is only mentioned once (unlike the questions mentioned above, which Facebook comes at from multiple angles) is this:

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Who do YOU trust more? Twitter, Facebook, or Google? “A brand I trust?” Hmm. What a vague, oddly worded question! Who wants to bet the next survey dives into this topic a bit more?

Apparently there will be a new feedback panel survey every month (or at least within the next month), so stay tuned to find out! Two down, four to go!

Readers: How would you have answered some of these questions?

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