In my last article, I wrote about how video is becoming everything everyone talks about these days. At least on social media. And the ones who know how to use it properly and to their own advantage, are the ones running the conversation.
Gone are the days of sharing songs and funny videos from Youtube. Today, everyone is a content creator, or wants to be one, but I'll talk about that some other time. Since Facebook users are the ones creating their own content instead of sharing other people's content, Facebook recognized this and moved native videos to the top of the news feed pyramid.
When I say native videos, I'm talking about the videos you take on your phone or your camera and upload directly to Facebook without uploading them to Youtube or Vimeo or any other streaming service.
But why should a simple Facebook user care about this? Well, they shouldn't and probably won't. But just because this change hasn't disrupted an average Facebook user's life, there are many people out there who've been affected by it.