What the New Facebook and Instagram Changes Mean for You

If like me you have been experiencing problems with your blog links to Facebook, you will find this post by Ari Meghlen very useful.. looks like we will need to be far more interactive within Facebook and manage how we share links that take people away from the site..

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Facebook has once again made some changes that are rolling out in 2019 with the main change being they want to focus heavily on building relationships and interactions. 

This means if you want your Facebook Page’s posts to be viewed by more people you need to really build those connections and avoid some pitfalls.  Receiving a few “likes” won’t be enough to keep you in front of your readers.

What the new facebook and instagram changes mean for you. Image from Pixabay of Facebook and Instagram icons

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10 thoughts on “What the New Facebook and Instagram Changes Mean for You

  1. Warnings are often useful and I have no doubt that your information will be. I’ve spared myself as I am not on either forum. However, it is good to know there are those who share information that can aid others. 🙂

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  3. Thanks for finding and sharing that Sal. We know first hand what FB is up to! And sure, isn’t that nice that FB wants us to get more personal with connections, why, you think they care, no! They want to snatch more personal info from us. Like you I’m still there because of connections and groups, but honestly, I HATE IT. They have such a bad reputation and are in a lot of hot water for so many things legally. Not to mention all their promotion of FAKE NEWS. No social site should dictate to us what we choose to share for our readers as long as it’s not abusive. Yes, I feel better now, lol. 🙂 ❤ Just sayin'! 🙂 xx

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