Tag Archive: Facebook algorithm

Tips for Increasing Your Facebook Page Reach

Facebook reach for Pages has dropped significantly for most Page owners. In this article we discuss some techniques we’ve been using over at Jen Fong Media, LLC that have increased the reach of the Pages that we manage a lot over the last few weeks.

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How to Use Facebook Now: Adjusting to the Facebook Algorithm Change

Now that Facebook has changed its algorithm, making it harder to reach people with your business Page, what should you do? In this post from Jennifer Fong, learn some additional techniques you can use to continue to reach your customers and prospects on Facebook.

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How Direct Sales Companies Can Increase the Reach of Their Content on Facebook – Guest Post by Dan O’Marra

From Jen: Earlier this week I wrote about Facebook’s algorithm changes, and what direct sellers should think about as they adapt to a serious decrease in organic reach. My friend Dan O’Marra, who is the Director of Sales for Sound Concept’s MyBuilder division (which is a pretty sweet tool for direct sales folks), reached out […]

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Facebook Doesn’t Care About Your Facebook Page – And No One Else Does Either

We really started seeing the effect of the Facebook algorithm change this week on the Facebook Pages we manage. Pages that used to have a viral reach of thousands are now reaching only hundreds…”reaching” of course meaning that Facebook placed those posts somewhere in a news feed that may or may not be seen. Actual […]

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Tips for Improving the Reach of Your Facebook Page Posts

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how the current Facebook algorithm is favoring text-based posts over links. My point in that post is that when Facebook decides what pages can share, it is damaging the authenticity of the conversation, and I still believe that. However today’s post is based on a bit of […]

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