Facebook allows publishers put logos next to headlines

In a move to give publisher a brand acknowledgment on its stage, Facebook has released its new features that let media houses show their logos next to its headlines. As indicated by a report in Adage, publisher can put their logos next to the headline in trending and search sections to give readers a thought regarding where the news is producing from. The tools come as an alleviation for publishers who had been deploring about losing their image personalities on social networking sites where the headlines and formats of the considerable number of brands appeared to be similar. “At the point when people see those three red letters, they know it symbolizes trusted, solid and genuine news, so any effort by Facebook to underscore the brand and believability of a story benefits the crowd and additionally for publisher,” Samantha Barry, CNN’s executive officer of social and emerging media, was cited as saying.