We worked with LittleThings closely for the past year, and unlike our other partners, LT was a company that was following all FB rules, so FB gave them access to all of their new stuff - midrolls, watch etc. And they still got to shut down?
You guys forgot, how FB first made pages buy likes, then they decided to cut down reach to <10% if its not viral or paid? And now their actions screwed one of the best pages that was on FB.
I personally think if they keep it going like this, they will get rid of more pages they want and eventually there will be someone that will be able to sue them for this ■■■■ for billions.
I feel really sad Google is not following up the ■■■■ FB does and trying to gain some of their users.
Remember the Explore feed? Well, atleast they understand they fucked up https://mashable.com/2018/03/01/facebook-ends-explore-news-feed-test/?utm_cid=hp-h-1#YvSmY9OEQiqg