Facebook is making more difficult for users to see content from pages they follow — here’s how to ensure you can still see posts from Robard in your newsfeed!
Facebook recently announced that not only will their newsfeed system be updated to mainly show posts from users’ friends and family, but they will also prioritize content from Facebook’s “trusted sources” when it comes to news and blog content. What this means for users is that they will see less content from pages that they follow — if at all. The company explained their reasoning for this in a recent blog post.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally addressed this in a post on his Facebook page on January 19, 2018, which can be found here. In his post, Zuckerberg claims that Facebook has already decided which publications count as “trustworthy” and are "informative."
Robard is already a popular weight management information destination on Facebook, so to make sure our readers have the best chance at seeing Robard’s news posts and blogs on their newsfeed, here is how you can update your Facebook settings to prioritize content from your favorite publishers, including Weight Loss Programs and Products by Robard:
1.) Click the drop-down arrow on the toolbar near the notification button at the top of the page and click on “News Feed Preferences.”
2.) This will display a preferences page; select “Prioritize who to see first.”
3.) Now, select “pages only” from the grey box in the top left and select your favorite pages:
The pages you select here will now show up first in your news feed. Facebook has already begun to roll out this new update, so users should update their settings as soon as possible to ensure they are still able to get the content they want to read on their news feed. In addition, Facebook also has step-by-step “Prioritize who to see first” instructions by clicking here.
We encourage all of our customers who remain active on Facebook to share this information with your followers! As always, thank you for following Weight Loss Programs and Products by Robard on Facebook!
Blog written by Robard's Mike Boyle and Kevin Boyce