Facebook suppresses unpaid content

Being a social media professional I handle multiple Facebook pages for my clients. I have noticed that of late the ‘likes’ and ‘comments’ have decreased in spite of growing the member base. I know one thing, it’s not because of my content; I have been posting the same kind of stuff I used to and I was getting good interaction. It’s the paid post that’s taking away my spot on the users news feed. In my opinion I don’t think it’s a very healthy practice. I understand that they need to generate revenues but not at the cost of suppressing free content.

Image: pshab (Flickr)
Image: pshab (Flickr)

Many people have been talking about this issue however Facebook denies the charges on their official blog post that was published recently.
Tech billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he is fed up with Facebook and will take his business elsewhere. He’s sick of getting hit with huge fees to send messages to his team’s fans and followers. See here readwrite

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