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Facebook: Authors Need To Rethink Strategy In Light Of Latest Changes

Posted at 8:43AM Friday 24 Jan 2014

Facebook announced its changing the way updates from brand Pages will appear in Facebook feeds. Many authors have fan pages instead of profiles and will need to adjust based on the new algorithms, according to a post from Facebook.

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