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  • Audio is irrelevant on Facebook videos
  • Audio is irrelevant on Facebook videos
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Audio is irrelevant on Facebook videos

Facebook videos are viewed over eight billion times a day, with this content becoming increasingly important on the platform. But publishers like Little Things and PopSugar have reported that the majority of their plays are without sound, meaning content must be tailored accordingly.

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