Do you have a Facebook page or group where you try to ‘trumpet up’ your hustle? Then you probably know what pain in the a$$ trolls can be. Such public platforms are always targets for hatred, bigotry, spam, irrelevant posts, and folks who have no life.
If you are tasked with managing such platforms, then you know just how much of a headache they can be. Facebook, in particular, is notoriously field with trolls. Well, Mark Zuckerberg and team want to wash away this bad tag on their social networking platform and have thus introduced the Comment Ranking Systems.
Since trolls actually taint the credibility of even the most genuine and legitimate posts. With comments ranking, the trolls’ comments will consistently be ranked lower. Making for a healthier, high quality, and most relevant comments appearing first in the comments section.
To determine which comment fits that description, and which ones don’t. Facebook is leveraging on the following metrics:
Integrity signals: comments that go against Facebook community standards, or are click baits, or unnaturally provocative will be ranked much lower.
User surveys about comments: based on users expressed opinions on a …read more
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