The recent changes to the Facebook algorithm have widely discussed by now and most of us can agree that this has been coming or a long time. If you’re not aware of the changes you can learn about them here.
While there are many different ways for business pages to combat the new changes, there is one that is so easy and simple it would be silly not to do it and that is getting your current followers to add you to their “see first” list on Facebook. This is super easy and painless for everyone. We break it down for those of us who are more technologically challenged.
Step 1. Click that little upside down triangle in the upper right corner of your computer screen.
Step 2. Click “News Feed Preferences” from the list that drops down.
Step 3. A new window will pop up that looks like this. Click on the top button that says “Prioritize who to see first”
Step 4. Once you’ve clicked the button above you will be taken to a list that shows all of the people you are friends with and the pages you follow/like. You can narrow the results to business pages and scroll until you find the one you’re looking for. Simply click the business you want and you’ll see a little blue star appear.
Step 5. Click done and you are…well, done. Share this blog with your followers and stay competitive in the newsfeed!
See below for the super easy way to set up on your smart phone.
All screen shots are of the Facebook platform and as such are their property and their copyright. The purpose of this blog is to educate the public in how to use facebook in a way that is more beneficial to them by connecting them to their preferred content.
About the Author:
A native Vermonter, Kayla loves helping local businesses reach their goals through creative and strategic marketing. As our Digital Marketing Specialist, she takes care of everything from blogs and social posts to emails and ad campaigns. She started with Insights almost two years ago as an intern and now has a degree in Communication from Champlain College. Her passions include animals and potatoes.