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Facebook All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Jamie Crager, Scott Ayres, Melanie Nelson, Daniel Herndon, Jesse Stay

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Chapter 3

Sharing Photos

In This Chapter

arrow Uploading pictures to Facebook from your computer

arrow Using Instagram with Facebook

arrow Attaching photos to your comments

arrow Making albums to hold your photos

arrow Knowing when and how to tag friends in your photos

arrow Using applications to share photos on Facebook

It doesn’t take long to realize that photos and videos catch attention in your news feed more than simple text updates do. Because pictures stand out, they have a better chance of encouraging interaction (such as a Like, comment, or share). The more an individual interacts with your content, the more Facebook thinks that person wants to see your updates, and the more your updates appear in his or her news feed. (For more discussion on how Facebook determines what shows up in the news feed, see Book V, Chapter 3.)

In this chapter, we explain how to upload images to your personal timeline and your business ...

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