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People often ask, “Why don’t my posts show up in the Facebook newsfeed?” or "Why don't more people see my posts?"
Because Facebook's algorithms decide which posts are shown to which users.
Facebook itself offers hints and tips on how to build a Facebook Page -- https://www.facebook.com/business/pages
It's good to know that there are actually two different types of algorithms, depending on whether you’re using your
Facebook Page (business).
The Facebook algorithm for your Facebook Profile adjusts what you see in your newsfeed based on who've you interacted with. For example, if like a beautiful image of Japan then it's likely lots more beautiful photos about travel to Japan will pop up in your newsfeed.
Same goes for people who interact with your posts. Say your sister always comments on your updates or photos. Because she interacts with your content, your posts will show up more frequently in her newsfeed.
On the flip-side, if you never interact with an old friend from school on Facebook, you’ll rarely see updates from them.
That doesn’t mean you’ll never, ever, see posts from them. If they post something that’s earning a lot of interaction from their close Facebook friends (like getting a new job, getting married, or having a baby) then that post will likely show up in your feed.
The Facebook Page algorithm is quite different than the one for Profiles. Posts on your Facebook Page can organically show up in your followers’ newsfeeds if your content is amazing and people interact with it immediately.
But unless they are interacting (liking, reacting to, commenting, or sharing) with your content within a few hours or, even within a few minutes, of you posting it then there is a chance that Facebook’s algorithm will hide your post and no one will see it.
They do this because they want you, as a Business Page and presumably running a business, to pay for visibility through Facebook Ads. But there is a way to help you build that engagement.
My three step framework "The 3 C's" is about building momentum.
Your goal is to create one thing (photo, video, or conversation), contribute on thing, and circulate something once a day. If you build a loyal group of followers who love your stuff, then they'll end up sharing it and the algorithm will work to your benefit.
Download the new "3 C's Framework" for tips on how to grow your Facebook page (and other social media channels).
According to "Marketing to Mothers" author Katrina McCarter, today 80% of Australian moms are a member of a private Facebook group. That's up 66% on her study 3 years ago.
These groups can have thousands, even millions of members. Groups are an opportunity to build a relationship with a community of mothers. So see if you can flow help and add value to your local Mother's Facebook group.
Build relationships, and as a result you may very also build your socials.