By: Shikha DasCNN|September 20, 2019 10:18:58The news is getting more crowded.
Facebook, Inc. is getting a lot of flak for its recent decision to make its News Feed available on all of its mobile devices and apps.
And its move has prompted some to say that Facebook is killing off news and driving traffic to its websites.
So what’s going on?
The company is taking a different approach to driving traffic for its sites than it did when it first introduced its Newsfeed service.
The new approach is different than what you see on most social media platforms.
The new approach uses its own algorithms to determine what you’ll see.
Instead of determining what you should see based on your feed, it’s using what you want to see based off of your feed.
For example, when you go to CNN, you’ll likely see a lot more news articles and stories than you might see if you had to browse the news using a search engine.
Facebook has said that its NewsFeed algorithms determine which articles to show you based on what you’re following on social media.
This means you won’t be seeing the same number of articles as you would on other social media sites.
But that’s the way Facebook wants to handle its traffic.
And it’s not necessarily a bad thing.
News is what people like and share, and the more you share it, the more people who like it.
But it’s better for Facebook to be able to show more of that content.