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4 Ways Brands Can Adapt to Facebook’s News Feed Overhaul

Everyone is freaking out about the latest Facebook algorithm change, which CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on January 11. And yes, the change is big. Facebook will: Downgrade in users’ news feeds the content that businesses publish. Boost posts from users’ … Continue reading

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In Search of a New Rock Star

The moment was freighted with poetic symmetry: I was on my sofa reading Joe Hagan’s newly published Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine when I noticed our postal carrier dropping off the latest … Continue reading

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Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg Want to Change How We Live

Recently Amazon and Facebook announced new products that will extend their reach into the corporate world: Amazon’s Alexa for Business, unveiled November 30, is a platform for a business’s employees to use the Amazon Alexa voice assistant (in Amazon Echo … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Ambitious Vision for Virtual Reality

Facebook wants to make the world better with virtual reality. At last year’s Facebook F8 event, Mark Zuckerberg articulated a simple vision for making virtual reality mainstream: social VR, or connecting people in the virtual world. But now Facebook has … Continue reading

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Virtual Reality’s Image Problem

Virtual reality has a major image problem. I see it whenever I read an article about someone’s grandparents experiencing virtual reality for the first time, accompanied by a photo like this: Which inevitably makes me think of this: Or when … Continue reading

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Content Is King in Virtual Reality

Virtual reality believers have had a lot to smile about lately, as Facebook and Google took big steps to make VR mainstream. On October 4, Google launched its anticipated $79 Daydream View VR headset, part of Google’s toolkit to embed … Continue reading

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How Facebook and Google Are Bringing Virtual Reality to the Masses

When a hot startup launches a virtual reality product, influencers and investors notice. When Facebook and Google bet on virtual reality, the whole world notices. Recently these two market makers unveiled their VR visions and plans at their own bellwether … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Media/Entertainment Roadmap

(Image source: Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times) Facebook has hit a few speed bumps lately as the world’s largest social network heads down the path of becoming a media/entertainment business. About a week ago, company was accused of suppressing content from conservative … Continue reading

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The CMO’s Guide to Facebook Graph Search

  Where does the hype end and the analysis begin with Facebook Graph Search? One answer: The CMO’s Guide to Facebook Graph Search, published January 24 by three of my iCrossing colleagues, Ashmi Dang, Amanda Peters, and Doug Platts. According … Continue reading

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The Passion of Mark Zuckerberg: A Conversation with Ekaterina Walter

Mark Zuckerberg has captured the attention of the entire world, as he proved once again with today’s market-moving, stop-what-you’re-doing-and-pay-attention announcement about the launch of Facebook Graph Search. He is, of course, famous and infamous — the symbol for a social … Continue reading

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