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Facebook for Journalists - Part 1: Tracking The Official Page
The Solution: Visit and bookmark the official page. Talk about easy! :)
The first place any journalist should visit with regards to Facebook is the official Facebook + Journalists page at
Whenever Facebook officially adds more resources for journalists, they will highlight it at this location.
For example, updates to the Facebook Newsfeed can be found at
(that was announced at https://www.facebook.com/journalists/posts/641245209220830 )
Of course, the next question is,
How To Use This Facebook For Journalists Resource
So glad you asked!
Do Right Now:
Step 1.) Add
to your bookmarks in your Journalist folder.
What's that? You don't USE folders in your browser?
To learn how to organize bookmarks for Chrome, please visit
Managing Chrome Bookmark
To learn how to organize bookmarks for Firefox, please visit
Managing Firefox Bookmarks
To learn how to organize Favorites in Internet Explorer, please visit
Managing IE Favorites
To learn how to organize bookmarks in Safari, please visit
Managing Safari Bookmarks
If you are an advanced Internet user, you can also keep track of online updates via their RSS feeds. Create an account at
and familiarize yourself with how to organize content feeds.
Step 2.) Add
to your Feedly content in your Journalist folder. This will pull in all the updates from the Facebook Journalist page.
You have just learned about the official Facebook for Journalists page that is run by Facebook, and how to add that to your bookmarks and Feedly service. It will give you a good insight into the latest of Facebook additions for journalists on Facebook.
You can then use this resource to stay up-to-date whenever Facebook changes things around.