NEWS FEED: Facebook Targets Click-Baiting, Favors Link Format vs. Links in Captions, Status Updates

Facebook’s next steps to improve the content users see in their News Feeds include taking aim at click-baiting headlines in posts from pages and emphasizing links that are shared via the social network’s link format over those shared in photo captions and status updates.

ClickBaiting650Facebook’s next steps to improve the content users see in their News Feeds include taking aim at click-baiting headlines in posts from pages and emphasizing links that are shared via the social network’s link format over those shared in photo captions and status updates.

david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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