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How Many People Really Get Their News From Facebook?

Not as many as you think. In the last week of the year three articles that cover some of the big tren
How Many People Really Get Their News From Facebook?
By Xavier van Leeuwe • Issue #49 • View online
Not as many as you think.

In the last week of the year three articles that cover some of the big trends of 2016: fake news, native advertising and mobile notifications.

Facebook is big but not dominant as a trusted news source.
Conde Nast: Native ads account for half of digital revenue
How publishers are using mobile notifications in 5 charts
Happy new year!
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Xavier van Leeuwe

This newsletter is about passing on what I found compelling on customer experience, employee engagement or data. I wrote The Relationship Economy. My second book Mensenwerk is due April 2020. I work at mediahuis.nl. See more or subscribe at www.changemediaforgood.com.

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