After Facebook changed its algorithm at the beginning of the year, no one was impacted as heavily as digital publisher LittleThings. The company invested heavily in producing content for the platform with the expectation that the return would be just as large. At one point, the company was posting 1200 pieces of content (a mix of video and text) a month and a two-hour daily live stream. However, as most who have been following the industry already know, that ride didn't last long. Soon after Facebook changed its algorithm LittleThings was no longer able to make a profit and soon after closed its doors.
Despite the change in algorithm being a business ending event for LittleThings, Maia McCann, former Editor-in-Chief & EVP of Programm...
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