Mark Cuban

How Can Facebook Monetize While Expanding Pages’ Reach?

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Ever since studies showed that the average Facebook page’s posts reach an average of 16 percent of fans, many marketers (as well as Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and actor George Takei) have been quite unhappy with the social network, feeling that they’re being pinched for advertising. But what if there was a way for Facebook to let pages reach most of their fans, yet still make money? A writer for The Next Web came up with some ideas that Facebook could use to gain some revenue while getting back into the good graces of those who manage pages.

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Is Billionaire Mark Cuban’s Anger At Facebook Misguided?

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Billionaire Mark Cuban, owner of the National Basketball Association‘s Dallas Mavericks, is quite displeased with Facebook’s page algorithm. Angered that only a fraction of Mavericks fans are seeing posts, Cuban is getting serious about moving more of his business from Facebook to Twitter and other social media sites. However, analytics platform PageLever feels that Cuban’s claims don’t exactly hold much weight.

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George Takei, Mark Cuban Want More Facebook Fans To See Posts

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Brands have constantly been angry with Facebook for generally letting fans only see a fraction of their posts. Now actor George Takei and basketball team owner Mark Cuban are displeased with Facebook’s algorithm. Over the weekend, both posted in anguish over their fans not being able to see all of what they post. Cuban even said he might take his business to MySpace.

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