For a while, it seemed as if clickbait articles were going to completely take over Facebook, much to the dismay of honest marketers. These articles have headlines that people can’t help but click on, but once they do, the content never delivers. Fortunately, Facebook has taken steps to get rid of clickbait and honest marketers all over the world are going to benefit from it.
Feed Quality Panel
Since its inception, Facebook has relied heavily on user actions when determining what to display in news feeds. That is why you don’t always see your friends’ posts. Facebook analyzes engagement statistics in order to determine what you want to see and then it puts those posts on the top of your page.
This algorithm is responsible for the rise of clickbait. People