In order for the people who have already “liked” your facebook page to see your posts more consistently, it seems you have to pay to boost either your page or your post. I do this regularly to ensure I get announcements out, and to promote Pretty Darn Cute Design.
I am always trying new things out on Facebook because it is the social media platform of choice for the majority of my customers. I’m not active on twitter, and I use instagram more for fun and sometimes business, same with Pinterest. I’ve grown my email list to far surpass facebook, but I still want to connect to those who may only be on Facebook, and not subscribed to my newsletter.
Do you have an email list? Read this: Why you cannot rely on Facebook
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All of that to say, there’s a feature that snuck it’s way in recently and it’s called “saving”. At first, I saw it as a way to just bookmark a post to go back and read later, then I saw that on each individual page I visit there is also a save option. I clicked the save button on a storm chaser’s page one night when we were having some
Once I saved that page I wasn’t sure what would happen, besides seeing it in the sidebar of my Facebook dashboard, but to my surprise I saw several of their posts pop up in my feed more regularly with a little note saying “Saved”. Nice! Try it out by clicking the save button on the Pretty Darn Cute Design Facebook Page.
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Obligatory Disclaimer: As of today, this method actually does work. We all know how frequently Facebook changes up their algorithm, subscribe to the PDCD newsletter for updates.
Please feel free to share the photo below on your facebook page to instruct your followers how to save your page. Just right click to save.