Spring is right around the corner so it's no surprise that in this season of change Facebook will unveil more changes at a press event tomorrow.
1. Multiple feeds.
Currently, Facebook users see their main news feed, which consists of updates from their friends and the brands or celebrities they follow, as well as the occasional ad. However, there are other feeds that exist on the site, for instance, a feed dedicated to updates from pages. It’s practically lost in the left margin of your Facebook feed, but it could point to what Facebook has in store for brands—their own feeds.
2. Larger images.
The common belief among many social media managers is that images work best for drawing “likes” and shares. That belief has been challenged of late, because of Facebook’s last algorithm change, but it remains a safe equation: Compelling art equals more eyeballs. It appears Facebook is doubling down on that and will give users, and probably brands, the ability to post larger images.
3. Video and “rich media” for users—brands will get it eventually
Better polish your video-editing skills, because Business Insider is nearly certain that Facebook will unveil a video platform for users. It probably won’t happen immediately for brands, but it will be a part of the social network’s announcement Thursday.
By now, Facebook users know that change is inevitable. It'll be interesting to see how these changes pan out and how to best use them to your brand's advantage. And, don't worry, you're not alone. VoiceMatters, LLC is here to help guide your business through the process.