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Posts Tagged 'edgerank'
The only people who see your Page posts – for the most part – are people who have commented, liked or shared your a recent update from your Page. Obviously these are people who welcome your content in your News Feed, so pissing them off is a non-issue. Why you need to post updates seven days a […]
Facebook recently updated it’s Newsfeed algorithm to feature organic content (not paid) that’s more relevant to each user. Some of the criteria for selecting posts to display include: Content that is timely and relevant Content from a source the user trusts The user is likely to recommend the source to their friends Content that isn’t […]
There’s a lot of hoo-ha about Edgerank (Facebook’s newsfeed algorithm) being retired. One “expert” claiming that “this old system, based on affinity, weight and decay, no longer applies”. This is absolutely not true. The algorithm is essentially the same, but with the addition of two changes, which I’ll get to in a minute. In a […]