Digital Marketer Blog Post Focuses on Facebook Promoted Posts

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Josh Loposer, Digital Marketer’s Managing Editor, looked into Facebook’s latest news story as content for a blog post.

The blog is part of DM’s continuing efforts to keep marketers across the globe up to date on what’s affecting their business on every landscape.

Digital Marketer, the industry-leading online marketing information company, has published a recent blog post on Facebook and its new Promoted Posts issue.

The post was written by Digital Marketer’s Managing Editor Josh Loposer. Borrowing news from ARS Technica, Loposer said that angry Facebook users are driving down organic views in order to make page owners pay for Promoted Posts.

“Ever since its IPO, the trust between Facebook and its users has been on very shaky ground. The latest charge coming from leery page owners is that Facebook is intentionally making it harder to get page updates shown on news feeds,” wrote Loposer in the post.

Those page owners, according to the blog, are witnessing their reach and clicks fall each month. Facebook, on the other hand, is “clearly scrambling to squeeze the most out of its ad business,” wrote Loposer.

“Facebook says it’s trying to clean up news feeds by only showing the most relevant stories in a user’s feed. As a user, I can appreciate that. In addition, Facebook has created new tools that allow users to sort and filter who’s updates they see (and don’t see).

Information like this is available for instant access on the Digital Marketer blog, where the best of the best online marketing gurus share their ideas on trends and news flowing through the Internet. It’s part of DM’s continuing efforts to keep marketers across the globe up to date on what’s affecting their business on every landscape.

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