In an effort to get its two billion users to connect with each other more deeply, Facebook is rejigging its news feed so you’ll soon start seeing less content from brands and media outlets – and more stuff from your friends, family, and groups. In a post, CEO Mark Zuckerberg noted that the amount of video and public content (posts from businesses and publishers) have grown drastically in the past couple of years, and they’ve taken over users’ feeds as a result. He said that people will start to see less of that over the coming weeks and months as… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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