It seems almost monthly now that Facebook makes some sort of tweak to its News Feed, with new rationale to improve the relevancy and quality of the content its users see. Now, Facebook is trying to alleviate “like-baiting” organic content from brand pages, which they consider to be in the realm of “spam.” While the continual algorithm tweaks are starting to blur together, this one in particular is certainly worth taking note of. Until now, this (directing likes, shares and comments) was seen as a general best practice among social media marketers, and even validated by data from 3rd party social analytics companies and studies on “effective” posting strategies; the general idea is that users respond to “direct” calls-to-action.
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