The Advantages of Subscribing to National News Feeds

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Facebook has once again made some more changes to the ever-evolving News Feed. Users will notice a lot of differences between the feed they knew six months ago and the feed that they see today. This is because Facebook is trying to make sure you are seeing more of the content that is actually of interest to you while weeding out the things that are not.

On average, there are 1,500 stories that could show up in Punwow your personal News Feed every day. With Facebook’s algorithm, though, you only see about 20% of them. Updates to the algorithm plus new designs come together to make a more personalized News Feed for each individual user.

So, what are the new changes you will be seeing?

Videos on Auto-Play

Several months ago, Facebook did some test runs of auto-play video ads. Now, over the next few months, users will begin to see more and more of these auto-play videos, including brand advertising, in their News Feeds.

The videos will play automatically, both on the desktop and mobile versions of the social network. There is no sound to the videos unless you click on them, which saves you from having to endure a cacophony from multiple videos playing at once.

Auto-play videos only include those uploaded directly to the site, not those shared from third-party sites like YouTube.

Bigger Images

Everyone knows that posts that include images get the most engagement from social media users. Now, the images that you carefully curate to go along with a post will get even more notice because they will appear larger in New Feeds.

Images now appear the width of the New Feed, making them much more impact and hard to pass up.

Quality Content

In order to make sure users are seeing more quality content in their News Feeds, Facebook changed the algorithm to allow more current events and news to appear. This change might make the social network a competitor for Twitter in the breaking news market and the conversations that come with it.