Keep Stretching a Buck Facebook Updates in Your Facebook News Feed

by Marcy on June 3, 2012 · 0 comments

Facebook recently made changes that impact which updates appear in your news feed. From what I understand, only the people and pages that you interact with appear in your feed regularly, UNLESS businesses start paying to “promote” their posts. Then you will continue to see updates even if you don’t interact.

That means if you don’t comment or like your friend’s statuses or those of the pages you are subscribed to, you might be missing their updates.

I do my best to regularly alert my readers (and Facebook fans) of post updates to this blog. If you are a fan of Stretching a Buck on Facebook, please take a moment to do these 2 things:

1) Go to the Stretching a Buck Facebook page, click on the “Liked” button and make sure you have “Show in News Feed” selected (see image below)

2) Scroll through some of my posts and either “Like” or comment on them to keep the updates coming!

Another option is to create an “Interests” page. If you follow multiple deal/coupon blogs and sites, this might be a good option for you. Look toward the bottom of the left column and you should see an “Interests” section. Click “Add Interests” and search for the pages you want to add to your page.  From what I understand you will have to click on your page once created in order to view the news feed. Thanks to reader Wendy for this tip!

Obviously I want my Facebook page to be a useful tool for you, so please feel free to let me know if you have an constructive criticism on how to make it better. It is my goal to alert you of new deals, remind you of offers that are ending, and share time sensitive info that might not make it on the blog.

Thanks so much for reading! We couldn’t keep this blog up and running without you!


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