Getting What You Want From Your Facebook Newsfeed

A client wrote recently and said:

I’m… distressed that things I signed onto, I may not be getting. I don’t know what I need to do to be certain I always receive the feed from some of the groups I’ve “liked”.

The  Facebook newsfeed can be a bit confusing at times. For the most part, we accept what it is that Facebook shows us, and hope that it’s what we really want to be seeing.

Thankfully, I know a few rebels who like to be in control of their destinies in a variety of ways, one of which is, they’re not about ready to let a machine tell them what’s of interest to them and what’s not!  🙂

So, in response to my client’s uncertainty and my friends’ persnickety natures, I created this brief video tutorial to let you know how the newsfeed actually works within Facebook, and to offer suggestions as to how you can define what information you’re shown.

After you’ve watched it, if you have questions or any other mysteries you’d like Aleweb to shed some light on, post them in the comments below.

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Tara R. Alemany

Award-winning author and speaker, and owner at Aleweb Social Marketing
Tara Alemany defies a simple definition. She is an award-winning and best-selling author and speaker, as well as a serial entrepreneur. Her publishing company, Emerald Lake Books, benefits experts and thought leaders as they grow their business by taking their words from manuscript to masterpiece. Her consulting company, Aleweb Social Marketing helps authors and speakers to get found online, on-stage and on-the-shelf. In addition to publishing, consulting, writing and speaking, Tara serves on the Boards of Directors for a Christian writers’ critique group, as well as acting as co-president and chaplain of the group. In her spare time, she is a novice winemaker, a martial artist, a juggler, a military Mom to 2 teenagers (one of each), step-Mom to 2 dogs (one of each) and is owned by a black cat.