Facebook have been quoting a figure that 5% of newsfeed is "news" content. But it all depends on what they mean by news…
The last few weeks have proved, conclusively, that Facebook is done with journalism. The relationship was one-sided and it’s over. Are we ready to move on?
The Atlantic isn't killing its comments - it's evolving them into a digital version of a traditional model.
Facebook is kicking mainstream publishers out of the feed - but giving the local folks a boost. Are you local?
Could Twitter become more important for publishers again?
Late in 2017, Google traffic started to pass Facebook for the first time in around 5 years. This change could well be the future.
Hey, MSM. The new lefty media are crushing you on Facebook. Does it matter? (Yes) And what can you do about it?
Encouraging people to click is not the same thing as clickbaiting.
Alison Gow nails what audience engagement really means to newsrooms