Facebook News Feed

  • Facebook’s Feed Now Punishes Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share Reruns

    Facebook’s Feed Now Punishes Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share Reruns

    You’re not clever enough to fool Facebook. Asking users to “Like this post!”, sharing the same link or photo over and over, or bait-and-switching people with links to ad-filled sites will now get your Page’s reach in News Feed destroyed, the company said today. Share unique, interesting content and you’ll be fine. Last week I wrote a deep guide to why Facebook’s… Read More

  • Why Is Facebook Page Reach Decreasing? More Competition And Limited Attention

    Why Is Facebook Page Reach Decreasing? More Competition And Limited Attention

    Every Page on Facebook wants everything they post shown to everyone. But people only read a limited amount of News Feed per day. There simply isn't room for everything, and the competition for feed space is intensifying. The total number of Pages Liked by the typical Facebook user grew more than 50% last year -- a new stat that came from a 45-minute interview with Facebook's head of News Feed. Read More

  • Facebook Feed Change Punishes Pages For Posting Crappy Memes

    Facebook Feed Change Punishes Pages For Posting Crappy Memes

    Facebook is cracking down on Pages that try to trick their way into your News Feed. Today it announced a feed algorithm change for Pages that gives more visibility to timely, relevant, sharable content from trusted sources. Meanwhile, it punishes Pages that ask people Like their posts, and post "low-quality" memes. The update could drive more traffic to reputable Pages while strangling spammers. Read More