Facebook’s newsfeed algorithm – called Edgerank – determines which stories appear in a user’s newsfeed, and in what order, based on factors like affinity, weight, and time decay. This means that fans are more likely to see your brand’s post if it was published fairly recently, and if the fan has established a pattern of
People like to pick on the big guys: Yankees, Lakers, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, LeBron James…and Facebook. We like to poke holes at these goliaths and claim their demise and death. We want to see them stuck in the mud and flailing. But then we like to see a good comeback and say we always knew they could do
rec.i.proc.i.ty / [res-uh-pros-i-tee] / n. mutual dependence, action or influence www.merriam-webster.com ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Newton’s Third Law of Physics I constantly contextualize and visualize information; it makes digesting that information easier. Thus, I often think of social media in the context of Newton’s Third Law of Physics (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction).
As a Production Manager here at Big Fuel I am constantly online researching new social and creative content. I listen to music, stream web videos and am versed in the next great campaign. The campaigns that stand out are the ones I feel passionate about and ultimately tell a story I want to share with
I’m 25, a newlywed, and employed at Big Fuel doing what I love. I work hard and grateful to have job stability, but sometimes you just need a break. The issue: Taking a vacation when discretionary income is almost nonexistent. Social media to the rescue. Traveling on a budget changes how you travel, but there is a