Facebook Notes has been left to slip into oblivion by the Social Network, once the main platform has been granted 60,000 character long posts. But since Facebook’s social researchers have realized that blogging might be making a comeback, Notes is back in business and it’s getting a massive makeover, to stay in touch with social media trends.
There are a great many factors that are contributing to the popularity regrowth that blogging is getting these days. It seems that somewhere between all the selfies and the expansion of social media all the way to modern parents, teens and young adults are rekindling their rusty relationship with blogging.
Blogging was immensely popular a few years back, but it lost an immense amount of territory in the face of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, that were shifting the audience’s attention towards sharing photos and links, rather than towards lengthy posts. Twitter was actually based on micro-blogging, as a means of making people put the core of their ideas out there.
Well, it seems that blogs are about to become the new it means of social expression once again, according to experts in the field of entertainment and Facebook intends to be ready for that. This is why it is currently testing out the new and improved version of Facebook Notes, that will provide users with a wide variety of features that are going to make their blogging experience an actual social extravaganza.
The new Facebook Notes will allow users to insert photos of various sizes in the posts, as well as all the links and hashtags they want. Therefore, it will be a sort of hybrid between current social media and old fashioned blogging. Most importantly, it will endorse selfies, so the shift will be a gentile one for the majority of users.
At the moment, the revamped version is only available to a small audience, so that it can get all the necessary improvements and fine tuning before it goes live everywhere on the World Wide Web.
It remains to be seen just how popular blogging will be in the months to come, but Facebook will be right there to satisfy its users’ need to express themselves in the exact manner they feel comfortable doing so.
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