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Reading: The New Facebook – 3 Major Implications

Fred Dintenfass September 26, 2011 Category Social Media

Mark Zuckerberg’s look may not change much (does he own anything other than greenish-grey T-shirts?), but Facebook is about to get a makeover. On September 23rd Zuckerberg took to the stage at the f8 conference and announced major modifications to Facebook’s interface and functionality. ReadWriteWeb has a succinct breakdown of the new developments, and what they mean for users and brands. Will these changes have an affect on your social media marketing?

 New Facebook Changes

The once humble status update field has been expanded to include 5 types of “life events.” You now automatically share data about what you’re reading or listening to. There are more ways to follow and filter people. Those are just a few of the changes.

The New Facebook: 3 Major Implications via @rubenq


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