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    facebook posts not cutting through anymore

    by Ron583914 ·

    Of recent times Facebook has greatly reduced the number of my followers seeing my posts. 6 months ago, i decided to put my products on my Facebook page, but each time i received a customer enquiry about a product i had posted i would get a message from Fb asking if i needed to make an order, did i make a sale etc., most of the time these questions weren’t relevant as they were just enquiries so i just pressed the “not now” button but after a while my posts started going nowhere, even after boosting them. I decided to take my products off the page and revert to how i operated before but it hasn’t made any difference. It left me wondering whether my data is more important to them than the advertising money I spend, i’ve all but stopped boosting because it doesn’t make any difference to the number of followers seeing my posts.
    Thoughts anyone?
    Kind regards, Ron

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      by webys777 ·

      In reply to facebook posts not cutting through anymore

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      by oliviajohanna890 ·

      In reply to facebook posts not cutting through anymore

      It can be frustrating when social media platforms, like Facebook, seem to limit the reach of your posts and make it difficult to connect with your audience. It’s important to remember that these platforms are designed to prioritize content that engages users and keeps them on the platform for longer periods of time.

      In your case, it’s possible that Facebook’s algorithm may have flagged your posts as sales-related, which could have resulted in a decline in their reach. Additionally, the “not now” button you clicked on when prompted by Facebook may have impacted their algorithm’s view of your content.

      If you’re looking to increase engagement with your audience on Facebook, there are a few strategies you can try. First, make sure your content is engaging and relevant to your audience. Consider sharing content that is informative, entertaining, or useful to your followers. Second, try engaging with your followers by responding to comments and messages in a timely manner. This can help build a sense of community around your brand and encourage more engagement with your content. Finally, consider running targeted Facebook ads to reach a wider audience and drive more traffic to your page.

      It’s important to remember that social media platforms are constantly changing, and what works today may not work tomorrow. Keep experimenting with different strategies to find what works best for your brand, and don’t be afraid to seek out help from social media experts if you need it.

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      It’s disheartening to hear about your experience with Facebook and the decline in visibility for your posts. It seems like the change in the algorithm and the automated messages asking about sales may have negatively impacted your reach. It’s understandable that you would feel frustrated by the situation, especially when you’ve tried boosting your posts without seeing any improvement. It’s important to remember that Facebook’s algorithms and policies can sometimes be complex, and they prioritize various factors when determining post visibility. While it’s natural to question whether your data is valued more than your advertising spend, it’s difficult to say for certain without access to Facebook’s internal workings. However, it’s worth exploring alternative marketing strategies and platforms to diversify your reach and engage with a wider audience. Don’t be discouraged, as persistence and adaptability are key in navigating the ever-changing landscape of social media.

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