Meanwhile, the opposite. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said video

Meanwhile, there is a new
sneaky way to generate massive view counts, likes and shares on Facebook videos:
creating fake videos that aren’t real videos by turning a static image into a
video. No sound, no other images, and the single image is not even moving. Owe
to the meme culture living its peak, even more attention is paid on videos. “Meme is an element of a culture or system
of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another
by non-genetic means, especially imitation. It’s a humorous image, video, piece
of text, that is copied often with slight variations and spread rapidly by
Internet users.” Short videos even more likely to occur in the News Feed of
Facebook users, thus a lot of page owners shortened their videos in favor.

Has been Facebook
videos getting more attention in a natural way thanks to its huge database of
users or did Facebook make that happen with strategy? “We do not prioritize videos over other story types in News Feed,”
– a Facebook spokesperson told BuzzFeed News on the condition that they not be
identified. “News Feed is
personalized: If you’re the type of person who likes to engage with videos, you
will likely see more videos in your feed.” Facebook’s argument is that
the reason video is huge on Facebook is because you keep engaging with it.

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However there are more things that are seeming to suggest the opposite. Chief
executive Mark Zuckerberg said video will be the company’s biggest revenue
stream in the future. Facebook is prioritizing native video in its own
environment. Native videos start playing automatically unless a Facebook user
changes that in their settings, while YouTube videos need to be tapped on. On a
mobile device, Native videos play right in the Facebook interface, while
YouTube videos need to