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Changes to Your Facebook News Feed

Published on 7/10/2015
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SevenOaksArtChanges to Your Facebook News Feed:
There have been some changes to your Facebook News Feed recently. I have seen many comments across Facebook requesting changes to the way the Facebook News Feed works. Apparently, they have been listening. They have made it easier to choose who shows up in your News Feed. You can even choose who not to see without needing to Unfriend them. Besides the changes, there are a few other things that will help you make the most of your News Feed.

Follow Button for Profiles and Pages:
The Follow Button now offers options. You can choose See First to see new posts at the top of your News Feed, leave it at Default to see all posts as usual, or even choose to Unfollow. For Fan Pages without the Follow Button, these options are part of the Like Button.

Who Will Be on Your See First List?
It is tempting to select all of your Close Friends and special people in your life. Most of those should be showing up in your News Feed already. Consider adding new Friends to your See First list. I recently went through my entire Friends list (Long Story, Press Release coming.) and was amazed to find some of my special people at the bottom of the list. By placing new Friends on the See First list, you get the chance to build engagement with them. In due time, you can reset them to the Default setting to make room for more new Friends.

See First is Limited to 30 Friends/Pages:
You can set See First for up to 30 Friends or Pages. At this time I do not see a process to review your See First selections. You may want to keep a list. I use Microsoft OneNote to keep track of many things.

*Update: FB is not providing you with a See First list when your roster is full. Instead, they show your entire Friends List and you have to find who needs to be demoted before you add a new one. Keep your own See First list.*

Participation Makes Your Social Networks Work:
Participation and engagement are what makes your Social Networks work for you. At IBO Toolbox, you cannot expect to receive Business Owner Comments if you never make any. On Facebook, engagement comes in the form of Likes, Comments and Shares. It is foolish to expect engagement on your Facebook posts if you never participate on the posts of others.

Participation Should Be Relevant:
This doesn’t mean you should like, and share everything you see, peppering every post with worthless comments. This means that you need to participate in the posts that are relevant to you. And to offer posts that will be relevant to your audience.

*Note: Unless it is The Answer to the question, you should Never post your Opportunity on the posts of others.*

News Feed Options:
Did you know that you have a choice about how the News Feed works for you? On the left side of the News Feed, Facebook Home, the entry for News Feed allows you to choose between Top Stories and Most Recent. Check it out.

The Ticker:
This is a neat tool on the Facebook Home Page (News Feed). It is Located on the right side of the page. For me, it is just below my “Your Pages” section. The Ticker is a real-time list of activity in your network. Hover over any post and you can quickly engage with ongoing posts.

The Notifications tool (World Icon) is a resource you can use to help improve your participation. Here you can respond to comments made on your posts, find new posts you have set notifications for and respond to your ongoing participation.

Your Friends Tab:
You can use the Friends Tab of your Profile as an access point for setting your News Feed options. Your Friends Tab is supposed to be listed by order of importance. You can see the Friends Button for each entry. To adjust the News Feed placement, hover over the name or picture to reveal the Hover Card. You can make changes on the Follow(ing) Button there.

News Feed Preferences:
Another place you can make changes is in “News Feed Preferences”. Click the Settings Icon (down pointing triangle) in the upper right corner of your page. Select “News Feed Preferences”. In Summary you have a list of those seen most in the last week and a list of those you have unfollowed. In People, Pages and Groups, you can review the Lists by those seen most in the last week or in alphabetical order. For People and Pages, you can adjust the Newsfeed Preferences right there. For Groups, you need to visit the page. Under the Notifications Button, you can choose; All posts, Highlights, Friends’ Posts or Off.

Participation is what makes Social Networks work for you. The changes to the Facebook News Feed make it easier to choose who you will engage with. You can use the new See First option of the Follow Button to make sure you see those who are most important to you. Or, you could use the See First option to build new relationships. The choice is up to you. Nove-Noga!
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