A couple of weeks ago we included a post to advise that the newsfeed on facebook would be changing. As of today, we’re still waiting as are many others across the world it would appear.
So as we aren’t in a position to personally review it, in today’s post we’re sharing the update from Facebook and a number of posts from across the web that are worth a read so you can start preparing a new strategy for your social media.
Facebook news feed will reach fewer fans, read more at http://www.jonloomer.com/2013/03/11/new-facebook-news-feed-brands-will-reach-fewer-users/
Images will be larger and users can split their feed into four categories (all friends, photos, music, following) read more at http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57573068-93/facebooks-new-news-feed-bigger-is-better/
Your content strategy needs to change; copy should be short, images should feature strongly, check-ins should be encouraged and Pinterest may become more important. Read more at http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/34248/8-Ways-Your-Content-Strategy-Should-Change-With-the-New-Facebook-News-Feed.aspx
Numerous other websites have also reviewed the upcoming facebook feed updates but these are three posts that we think are worth a read so that you can review your social media marketing strategy now and start making plans for the future.
Once we’ve been in a position to review it for ourselves we will update again.