Facebook used to be the place I went to see what important things were happening with those I was interested in, that was its USP, that is why I liked it. But last week a friend announced his recent engagement on the site, and despite being on the platform on a regular basis I did not see this story till it got over 80 likes. So what is going on?
Last year Facebook allowed ordinary users to use the Promoted Post feature to advertise their posts to their own friends. That's right - pay hard cash so your own friends will see your updates. This is in stark contrast to YouTube, who will actually pay you if you create great content.
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