Facebook is set to unveil a new look for its News Feed feature, with an aim to add new information streams to each user’s home page, plus the intent to launch new ways to ‘filter’ the contents of the feed. To some, the upcoming change also means that creator Mark Zuckerberg is deliberately making users spend more time looking at more display ads on the service.
Before, people are already satisfied with the information given by Google, Yahoo and other search engines about things they are looking for. But now, people are now looking for a more meaningful way to search for things they are interested with; they want more than just mere links from the World Wide Web. This 2013, Zuckerberg just did the thing for you.
Take a peek at some of the most circulated stories this week in a brief wrap-up concerning BlackBerry’s pullout from the Japanese market, the Dell buyout, GoDaddy’s racy Super Bowl ad, and Facebook’s 25-minute glitch.
If there’s one thing that no one can deny when it comes to Facebook, it’s the fact that it has managed to become an inescapable part of society right now. Everywhere we turn, it’s Facebook this, Facebook that; people are updating each other, adding each other, meeting each other, sharing their daily lives, and sharing things that shouldn’t be shared through the popular social network. Contests from all the big names have Facebook pages; businesses and online stores have Facebook pages in order to measure the pulse of the public when it comes to their brand and to provide better customer service.