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Program a post = less reach?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Daffy10, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. Daffy10

    Daffy10 Junior Member

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    Hi guys, I noticed that when I programming any post on facebook I have less reach of when I post something.. Have you noticed it too?
     
  2. MisterSuprm

    MisterSuprm Registered Member

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    Yes this is something I have observed my self as well.

    I had automated status sharing setup with my website (when user uploads a video and gets X amount of vote points, it would auto post to Facebook) however the reach was only about 100-300. When I started posting the status my self, my reach has increased by about 300-1000.

    That's my 2 cents really, automated posting has decreased reach on Facebook.
     
  3. Daffy10

    Daffy10 Junior Member

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    Oh..Facebook will become a shit
     
  4. lalit_burma

    lalit_burma Senior Member

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    No they are doing it to stop being a shit ... otherwise we internet marketer
    will automate every post ... every future post and will bank on them.

    Want to get the benefit from facebook ... do it manually or hire VA

    and for your kind information ... they are doing it from past more than 2
    years.
     
  5. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yeah, I was using the API to post twice daily, but it was still worth running until my token expired 60 days later. I haven't bothered to renew the bot yet.

    The audience doesn't grow past the current amount of 500. Each picture ended up getting 4-15 likes.