Facebook wants to be for the people, even if that means people using Facebook less.
Facebook on Thursday announced that it’s making big changes, heavily prioritizing stuff from your friends and family over companies and publishers you follow.
For the media outlets that spent years racking up millions of Facebook “likes” and creating new Pages, that’s bad news. Even Facebook’s Head of News Feed Adam Mosseri told the New York Times, publishers may have “anxiety.”
But for the Facebook user — no matter the demographic — Mark Zuckerberg’s big mandate is to put the social back in his social network. It’s a clear effort to return Facebook to what it used to be, a place for friends to stay up to date with each other and communicate. …