Aug 6, 2013

Facebook To Publicize News Feed Algorithm Changes, Starting With New “Story Bumping” | TechCrunch
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I can only speak for myself, but I have had many a very smart people try to explain EdgeRank to me. It is one of those concepts that I understand for a fleeting moment, and then blammo its gone.

Today Facebook announced it would start publishing blog updates to show us how the feed will be changing. TechCrunch says it will be just like how Google shows us the new changes on Google+. (Shout out to Google+ for doing it right!)

I am interested to see how “Story bumping” will work, and how the blog posts will help me understand the new changes better. Definitely a better start for Facebook in my opinion. I wish they were more transparent on explaining out new things!

Facebook To Publicize News Feed Algorithm Changes, Starting With New “Story Bumping” | TechCrunch.

 

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