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AKRON (May 27, 2014) — Social media marketing has become a norm in marketing plans, but understanding Facebook’s News Feed algorithm is confusing and marketers are watching page reach decrease. It has left marketers wondering if Facebook is worth the time and money or if they should be turning to other social media platforms.

Tire Business Online Manager Alaina Scott and Tire Business Reporter/Blogger Jennifer Karpus discuss Facebook's declining marketing reach and what that means to the end-user by sharing the different entities perspective on the topic.

The infographic above answers four of the biggest questions Facebook is facing today and is accompanied by a video detailing the ultimate question: Is Facebook worth it anymore?

Have questions or comments? Email ascott@crain.com or jkarpus@crain.com or reach out to them on Twitter @alainaescott or @jenniferkarpus.

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AKRON (May 27, 2014) — Social media marketing has become a norm in marketing plans, but understanding Facebook’s News Feed algorithm is confusing and marketers are watching page reach decrease. It has left marketers wondering if Facebook is worth the time and money or if they should be turning to other social media platforms.

Tire Business Online Manager Alaina Scott and Tire Business Reporter/Blogger Jennifer Karpus discuss Facebook's declining marketing reach and what that means to the end-user by sharing the different entities perspective on the topic.

The infographic above answers four of the biggest questions Facebook is facing today and is accompanied by a video detailing the ultimate question: Is Facebook worth it anymore?

Have questions or comments? Email ascott@crain.com or jkarpus@crain.com or reach out to them on Twitter @alainaescott or @jenniferkarpus.

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