Facebook Messenger bots are a great way to grow your business and provide an easy way for you stay in touch with your customers. These hidden gems from Facebook are very undervalued but with the right understanding of what these…
This is cool algorithm update from Facebook which you probably didn’t realise was occuring. Facebook certainly wants your experience with them to be the best ever and they are always refining their system to increase visitor retention.
The New Facebook Algorithm: Secrets Behind How It Works and What You Can Do To Succeed
The Facebook algorithm is constantly evolving in order to provide a better experience for users.
But few changes to the algorithm have sparked as much interest and conversation as the recent ‘meaningful interactions’ update, in which Facebook said it would be prioritizing posts that create meaningful conversations, especially those from family and friends.
The reaction to this update was one of curiosity and worry from brands, publishers, and Facebook Page managers, wondering whether or not their organic reach would once again take a hit, causing them to reach an even smaller percentage of their audience on Facebook.
We were lucky enough to get an inside look at the brand new Facebook algorithm for 2018, directly from an exclusive News Feed webinar for publishers.
Here’s everything we know about how the Facebook algorithm works and what marketers and brands can do to thrive on Facebook in 2018.
Let’s dive in! Read more …. https://blog.bufferapp.com/facebook-algorithm
This cool new feature will make it easier to identify and purchase products, this is similar to what has been achieved with audio to locate tracks but looks like Amazon and Snapchat will be able to use it for you to more easily find the products they are looking for by image matching.
Snapchat Is Partnering With Amazon to Test a Visual Search Tool
Snapchat is rolling out a new tool to let users identify objects in real life and then buy them on Amazon.
The companies are announcing a partnership for a “visual search” feature, which will let users point Snapchat’s camera app at items to find them within the ecommerce giant’s inventory.
The idea, according to Snap, is to turn the camera into a type of cursor that makes it easier for identifying products and buying them on the spot. When the app recognizes an item or a barcode, an Amazon card will appear within Snapchat that will then lead to Amazon’s app or website.