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newsfeed

(1) See Facebook News Feed.

(2) A collection of discussions or headlines that are published for distribution to the general public. See newsgroup and syndication format.
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13 ( ANI ): If you are amused by a new 'expression queen' who might be flooding your newsfeed, we shall tell you it's the rising Malayalam star Priya Prakash Varrier.
Perhaps Snapchat has a future rooted in Facebook's past, with a social newsfeed rife with Farmville spam.
We need to reclaim our newsfeeds,' the NUJP also said.
In the event of an important event or breaking news, NextRadio partnered with Global Security Systems to provide ALERT FM emergency messages to the Newsfeed.
The DDA-ers (Digital displays of affection-ers) As if public displays of affection at the cinema, train station or local restaurant weren't bad enough, I now see them every day in digital form on my newsfeed.
The gist of the change will result in more newsfeed content coming from friends and family and less from pages and publishers.
Newsfeed is extremely interactive with exclusive materials created for United Real Estate affiliates.
The app is intended to give Twitter users instant data on the influence of all tweeters appearing in their newsfeed or as a result of a key word or hashtag search.
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Panovich believes that stations should be exempt from Facebook's rules, but for now says that broadcasters should encourage people to follow them through their personal Facebook pages, which don't restrict the newsfeed output.
Social Media marketing allows content to appear in your newsfeed as opposed to you actively searching for it.
The video spot, which will only be viewable by certain groups in the United States, will begin playing with the sound muted when it appears in a user's newsfeed.