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In the near future, Facebook will be based primarily on video content, predicts Ted Zagat, who heads the advertising department of the company. According to him, after “one or two years”, the main content in your Facebook will be video and the next big step after this will be the virtual reality.

Facebook began to focus on video content in 2013, when the social network introduced automatic playback of videos uploaded on Facebook. Shortly thereafter, the company created and own player to compete more actively YouTube. From these efforts, there is definitely a result – according to a report on Facebook in April, daily videos uploaded to the servers of the company are viewed more than 4 billion times.

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