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Organic Reach decreases .. yes ... wait, NO!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by inyahead, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. inyahead

    inyahead Registered Member

    Feb 12, 2012
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    After encouraging businesses for years to build up fan bases, Facebook is now taking away the ability to reach those fans without paying for ads, says the latest digital marketing meme.

    Really ?


    It all starts with understanding that Facebook is not in the advertising business. It?s in the high-quality content business. Instead of producing award-winning editorial content, its job is to curate the best content from your circle of friends, family members and organizations you connect with.
    Facebook?s primary customer is the Facebook user, not your business. And it has published a roadmap to help you better serve your ? and their ? customers, and see improved results for your content.
    This means that your content needs to be:

    • Timely and relevant: That?s what we all expect from our News Feed.
    • Shareable: Something that you?d actually share with your friends and recommend to your own network. If you won?t share it, no one will.
    • Genuine: Your content must be genuinely interesting and not be a blatant attempt to game Facebook. So get rid of those, ?Click ?Like? to vote ??

    please stopp the MIMIMIMIMI ... and raise ur quality.
    We reach with 15k Pages about 6k People - WITHOUT boosting.
    Just stopp spaming and try to push with shitty-content

    and the MOST important: TIME !

    Organic Reach is just about the right time.

  2. seekman

    seekman Regular Member

    Mar 3, 2010
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    What to say.... this means that your turn is yet to arrive :)
  3. Typlo

    Typlo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Sep 22, 2010
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    No, I'd say if we follow a page, we expect to see it's updates. If the page spams or posts things that don't interest us, we can unlike the page. That's how it should work. Facebook is just coming up with a way to force pages to pay to have more of their updates seen. They are going the way of google. Put out an algorithm that will punish pages spammer pages but also pages that are relevant and doing nothing wrong, so they will have to pay for advertising.

    I'm only surprised they didn't make this move sooner.
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  4. worldismine

    worldismine Regular Member

    Feb 25, 2009
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    Yeah no shit lol. I too thought I was an cutting edge FB poster as some of my fanpages were doing great! All original content so I am golden... right? NOPE! As of few days ago all pages killed, all across the board... I could have an interview with Jesus and it would not get more than 200 likes.
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