Tag: Social Media


How To Manage Facebook Pages 2018 Algorithm Updates

In an effort to combat fake news, Facebook has overhauled what many will see in their News Feed, and that will change how businesses, brands, artists and bands post. Going forward the emphasis will be on what friends and family post first, and that will now rank their posts, videos and photos higher in the News Feed.

In essence, this means that person-to-person communication is prioritized because Facebook wants you to see more stuff from real people, not business. As a result, you will see fewer posts from Pages. But long and thoughtful replies from Pages will get a boost. Recorded videos will also not get nearly the weight they once did, and passive scrolling and low-quality engagement are now considered a bad thing.

What can you do to keep reaching your Fan base? It’s not as bad as it seems if you follow these points:

Use Live Video. Facebook seems to be putting an emphasis on live versus prerecorded video.

Create great content. You really have to think your posts through as anything frivolous just won’t reach many people anymore.

Encourage a genuine conversation. Anything that gets people commenting is good except if it’s “engagement bait.” What’s that? It’s goading people into reacting. A post that says, “Comment YES if you love rock as much as I do” will be screened and penalized. The conversation has to be real.

Ask your audience to choose “See First” in their preferences. This will make sure that they always see posts from your Page. They will need to click “Following” near the cover photo of your Page and “In Your News Feed” select “See First“. View the video below for a how to!

Paid advertising. While organic reach may be down, paid reach won’t change. Pay to promote a post if you think that it will get the engagement you’re looking for.

Create a group. There’s a lot more freedom to post within a group, if you can get enough people to join.

Every time Facebook rolls out a new change people freak out, but usually the change isn’t as ominous as it first seems. That will most likely be the case this time as well.


Social Media Revolution

Did You Know?

Britney Spears, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have more Twitter followers than the entire populations of Sweden, Israel, Greece, Chile and Australia… combined?

What if we told you that if Facebook was a country, it would be the third largest in the world? Or that someone signs up for a new account at LinkedIn every single second?

Would you be amazed to know that if Wikipedia was made into a book, it would be more than two million pages long and take 123 years to read?

Social media has revolutionised the world, but in and of itself it’s quickly established some incredible statistics.