Facebook Tweaks its Algorithm

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:

facebook, algorithm updateFacebook made a tweak to its algorithm, and with it brings great news for business pages. With the new update, a page that now tags another company or another page in a post has the potential to be discovered within both newsfeeds. This brings major benefits to small and mid-sized businesses that are looking to target a wider audience. For more on this update, click here.

pinterest, pinterest secret boardsUnlimited secret boards are now available on Pinterest. Prior to this, users could have up to 6 private boards. Pinners have the ability to send a secret board to specific people, while also shielding it from the public at the same time. For more information on this story, click here.

yelp, yelp layout, yelp websiteYelp’s new layout design now emphasizes the ambience, mood, and feel of a business or a place right from the start with bigger and bolder photos that are highlighted across the top of the site. Certain parts of reviews will now be bolded to represent the most popular aspects of a business. Click here to discover more.

 

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