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Facebook announced updates that will focus on more quality in your newsfeed and less irrelevant viral photos or stories. We personally like the way Marketing Pilgrim’s Frank Reed sums it up, “Facebook Focuses on Quality Which Means Fewer Memes“… Read Marketing Pilgrim’s full article. Visit the Facebook newsroom.

What is a Meme? For all of you who have heard of a Meme, but aren’t 100% sure exactly what one is… An internet meme is a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc. that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users. Still confused? Think Harlem Shake Videos or photos of people Planking. There’s the light bulb we like to see!

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