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Are you tired of getting posts on Facebook asking you to do something before getting something? Guess what! Facebook also feels the same; that is why the social network giant is preparing to take bold steps to minimize the rate of spammy links and posts showing up on people’s timeline and newsfeeds. The social network recently announced its update on news feeds to reduce the rate of click baits or other headlines that require users to take a required action to view a post. But this year it is going a step further. Click bait is simply defined as a link shared within a title that requires the user to click on a link without informing them what the link is really about. So henceforth, it will no longer be pages that get lots of clicks that will just rise on top, instead posts that engage users the…