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Do you ever wonder why you can create a post that you absolutely love, but it never gets any traction? Your audience might want something different. Read on - we'll help you do it by tapping into empathy to create potent connections with your audience.
By now, you may have seen or heard the term "Edge" referred to most commonly when speaking about cloud computing or high tech like AI. Edge is the way of the future, and if you're not up to snuff on it, you'll lose your... edge.
For once, Facebook isn't the one in any real trouble, but people have certainly sat up to pay attention to how they're dealing with public discourse - because if nobody sees that they're the biggest agent of change out there, then we're all in a lot of trouble.
It's fine to understand how not-private an online presence is and to give consent to having your information and whatever else out there for whoever wants to poke around to see. It's a whole other thing to remain ignorant to the fact that everything changes among the things posted on Facebook, people get married, divorce, fight, celebrate, get their news, debate government issues, and so much more.
It's become its own entity all by itself, and it's a big part of the future - regardless how much regulation falls on their heads, Facebook will be just fine.
This article is extremely helpful in terms of understanding human interaction/shaping of sociology, especially as it pertains to marketing.
Twitter's allowing people to see their feed in chronological order again, with good reasoning.
Somehow the weirdest thing got popular with social media giants, and it spread before they had a proper chance to see if it had been widely positively received by the public.
The posting of random bits from the past, as 'things you might have missed' showed up all over the place, as well as coordinated posts - posts from something or someone else you chose to follow that were liked by that page owner.
There is a way to stop all of this.
Go to Settings and Privacy > Content Preferences > and turn off the toggle switch at the top.
The article details plenty more, and why it has happened which is equally important.