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Facebook is Hiding Your Posts from Your Friends, Here’s Why

Posted on the 16 January 2014 by Nrjperera @nrjperera

Facebook is becoming less and less cooler by the day. Even President Obama agrees with that. I used to assume that it was simply becoming boring for teenagers to update their profile with annoying status updates every hour, especially when their parents are using the same social network. But it appears this seems to be Facebook’s own fault. After watching this video, I came to realize how I receive very little notifications and response for my posts than before. And apparently it wasn’t just because my posts are so boring to read, but the reason was that Facebook is not showing my posts to all my followers and friends. Why? Well, all they want it to make is money.

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“Facebook is a complex ecosystem of individuals, creators, brands and advertisers, but I don’t think it serves any of these groups particularly well because its top priority is to make money,” Derek Muller of Veritasium explains “The problem is the only way Facebook has found to make money is by treating all entities on the site as advertisers and charging them to share their content.”

You will probably quit Facebook after watching this video or you can start paying FB to make your posts visible to all followers. It’s up to you. At least now you know what really happens inside Facebook.

[Via: Huffington Post / YouTube]
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