Over these last few years it’s been an incredible feeling to find my community. My tribe.
And you my friends are it.
We understand each other when others don’t, and sometimes living out this journey to whole foods and natural health can be a lonely one. But we’ve been here for each other, growing and learning. Laughing at our mistakes (boy have I made some doozies!).
Our community is growing, this last year by leaps and bounds.
But unfortunately our finicky old Facebook is being …. well… finicky.
Instead of showing you everything in your feed that you want to see, the things that you’ve “liked”, they are showing only 15-20% of you these things. As and admin to my page I now see that only an average of 20% of those who have “liked” my page are actually being shown my posts.
Oh, I could get my posts sent to all of you – for a price! Yes…..they now charge page admins. #awesomesauce
Not only has this had an effect on the traffic I normally see from Facebook, but I miss our conversations! I feel like we’re missing most of our group and we are. But lucky for you, there’s a way around it.
So if you want to make sure to keep in touch with your favorite blogs on Facebook (which is what I do) you can:
1. Make sure to select “show in news feed” on the NKU Facebook page. Just hover over the “liked” button for the drop down to show up.
2. You can also makes lists of your favorite pages. I have a few lists now that I use and can find them on the FB homepage, left sidebar. I actually use it as a way to subscribe to my favorites.
Otherwise, make sure to check the page every now and again. Sometimes I end up posting quick recipes of something I’ve made for dinner or dessert.
I know we’ll always see each other back here at the blog, but sometimes FB can just be to darned handy. Unless it gets to big for its britches…..
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