Facebook Uses Interaction And Likes To Place Your Posts On Their Timeline

Basically, Facebook bases a user’s interest in other Facebook pages by how often that user interacts with each page. As an example, if you head over to a friend’s Facebook page and click the Like button, you’ll immediately start seeing that page’s fun, helpful and inspirational daily posts in your news feed.

But if you don’t interact with some of the posts, you’ll see fewer and fewer, until they eventually disappear from your timeline. When I say “interact,” that means clicking on story links, clicking the “Like” button, commenting on the post or sharing it with your friends.  By Kim Komando

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