Facebook is revamping its News Feeds ads as part of their continuous efforts to make advertisements on their site more relevant to users.
They released an announcement late last week stating, “When deciding which ad to show to which groups of people, we are placing more emphasis on feedback we receive from people about ads, including how often people report or hide an ad.”
Facebook did say they believe advertisers will ultimately benefit from the updates.
“If someone always hides ads for electronics, we will reduce the number of those types of ads that we show them. […] This is ultimately better for marketers, because it means their messages are reaching the people most interested in what they have to offer.”
That isn’t the only change Facebook is rolling out though. They also announced the ability to search your posts and status updates within graph search, stating, “Today Graph Search will include posts and status updates,” which which you “will be able to search for status updates, photo captions, check-ins and comments to find things shared with you.”
You might not have access to either feature yet, but you can expect to see them within the next few weeks as they are rolled out.