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newsgroup

Informatics A USENET discussion group. See USENET. Cf Listserve.

newsgroup

(nooz′groop″, nūz′)
An Internet-based support group that shares information about a particular topic, e.g., advances in the management of a disease (including diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis) or developments in prosthesis.
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Newsfeed is a natural product evolution to create a more robust radio listening experience.
probably the of the growing your the "16 more The As if public displays of affection weren't bad enough, I now see them every day in digital form on my newsfeed
As a result the newsfeed has gotten messy and users have grown disloyal.
Announcing financial results and economic reports: Social channels are the best platform to announce financial results and share economic outlooks since they arrive in the relevant people's newsfeeds and they get shared by friends; ensuring that the relevant people find out about them.
Reuters -- Facebook Inc took a first step on Tuesday toward selling video ads that play automatically in newsfeeds, moving cautiously to unlock a source of revenue that could annoy users.
Facebook launched a new redesign and a more simplified newsfeed.
Summary: Facebook newsfeeds will contain fewer ads for products or services that users are not interested .
Moreover, each user can only receive one ad insertion per day so as not to clutter his or her newsfeed.
The newest addition to the Facebook ad family, Newsfeed ads, are built for social interaction.
newsfeed Tweet-integration will start rolling out to the US users first, showing up in both their desktop and mobile versions of Yahoo.
The newsfeed is one of the three pillars of the service, along with search and user profiles, the social network offers it's users," Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO said.
Our vision for marketing is that it is as good as any of the content you and I see on our newsfeed from a friend or family member," Facebook Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions Carolyn Everson told roughly 1,000 guests in the auditorium of Manhattan's American Museum of Natural History on Wednesday.