How to Never Miss A Post From Your Favorite Facebook Pages

A short while ago we wrote an article about a viral status update being circulated by Facebook administrators. Studies show that page posts typically reach a small amount of their total followers.

This is due to the EdgeRank algorithm. We have covered this several times in the past. Facebook uses EdgeRank to determine what populates a user’s Newsfeed. Just liking a page doesn’t guarantee that it will show up in your feed – selecting the ‘Show in Newsfeed’ option doesn’t bypass EdgeRank either. Liking, commenting and sharing on a page’s content gives it a higher ranking in your EdgeRank and makes it more likely that you’ll see it.

If you want to make sure you receive all updates from your favorite pages,  then there are a couple of things you can do:

  1. Add the page to your ‘See First’ list – Navigate to the page and hover over the ‘Like’ button, then select the ‘See First’ option.
  2. Opt in to receive notifications from the Facebook page. This will let you know any time something new is posted to the page.


Page notifications are a new feature Facebook introduced  earlier this month, and it may not be available for all pages just yet. Any time a page you follow issues a status update, then you’ll receive a Facebook notification. Granted this could get a little annoying and might be a little much to do for every page you follow, but this is a great way to make sure you don’t miss important posts from your favorite pages.


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