Those of you who have Facebook pages or read Jim Devitt’s posts probably know that the social media giant is showing a ridiculously small percentage of your fan page posts to your readers, and that this percentage has been dropping lately. Right now, going by an average of my last few posts, I’m reaching about 4% of my fans. Which is pretty sucky. Continue reading “How to Increase Facebook Visibility”
Facebook Changes How Others See Your “Page”
The ever-changing world of social media.
Whether we like it or not, Facebook is still the master of the interwebs’ social universe. Even so, a few weeks ago, we revealed the fact that less than three percent of your fans actually see your posts–unless you fork over the almighty dollar, or whatever currency you deal in (let’s hope it’s not Bitcoins!)
Just as our Facebook focus wanes, they go and make another change. On February 24, the social media giant made another change to their News Feed algorithm. That’s two major changes in roughly two months. Continue reading “Facebook Changes How Others See Your “Page””
Facebook Changes: Is it Even Worth it Anymore?
At some point, we’ll probably give up on this stuff, but until then, here are the latest changes with Facebook that you might want to know about.
For an author, Facebook is about building relationships and visibility. Facebook groups are great for that, but many times, we want to reach out beyond a closed group. That’s where it gets tough. Continue reading “Facebook Changes: Is it Even Worth it Anymore?”