3) Plans to turn its Facebook messenger app into a platform
On the heels of announcing the ability to send money to friends through Messenger, we could hear more about Facebook's plans to turn the app into a more of a platform.
Read MoreFacebook wants to change how you read news
In addition to enhancing the instant messaging with more info about callers, Facebook could also introduce ways to incorporate news and other content or services into the service.
4) Bringing articles *into* Facebook
Facebook has been making a big push for video content companies, like Buzzfeed, to publish videos directly into Facebook's video player. Now we could hear details on plans to integrate news content directly into Facebook, instead of making users click outside the site to NYTimes.com or BuzzFeed.com to finish an article. The New York Times laid out this proposition in an article published Monday.
Read MoreMunster: This is how Facebook will monetize
The question is how Facebook lures publishers over to its site—and what kind of ad revenue split, or promotion it promises. Facebook will have to make it worth publishers' while to justify ceding control of the user experience, and their ownership over ad and subscription revenue.