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NEWS FEED: Facebook Places More Emphasis on Why Users Reject Ads

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Facebook has repeatedly stressed its mission to provide the most relevant ads on News Feed, and the social network Thursday announced two more steps it is taking toward doing so: When users indicate that they don’t want to see specific ads, Facebook will take into account the reasons why those users rejected those ads when decided whether or not to serve them to other users. And more weight will be given to feedback from users who rarely or infrequently reject ads, compared with input from serial ad rejecters.

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AgoraPulse Now Allows Facebook Page Admins To Track Deeper

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There has been much discussion within the Facebook marketing world about what to post to Facebook pages and when. New features recently released by AgoraPulse, which provides cost-effective Facebook solutions to businesses, allow page administrators to see what types of posts are most popular, when they’re most popular, and what kinds of posts users are hiding or marking as spam.

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