Facebook is doubling down on comments, but comment culture on the internet is already dead

12 January 2018 @21:42 | Mashable
To push things forward, Facebook is going backward. Facebook announced Thursday night that it will be revamping its News Feed, all in an effort to get users seeing more "meaningful" content from friends and family and spur engagement. What does Facebook count as engagement around meaningful content? Well, it's comments, especially long ones. continue...


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