Today, I launched the very first episode of my new Show: Social Media SOS. In this show, I will be answering questions from my community on Social Media and how to build a visible, authentic online business that changes the world.
The first episode is called: Help! My Facebook Organic Reach is down!
The question in today’s show comes from Jennifer, who said: I have over 1,500 followers on my page, but my latest post about my challenge had a Facebook organic reach of only 6 people. What is happening here?
We all know that Facebook Organic reach is ever declining, but these numbers seem out of the ordinary. And that is why I created this episode for you!
Here’s what you will learn in this episode:
- 4 reasons why you might be harming your Facebook organic reach, without even noticing it
- The 3 types of content you need to check before you post anything on Facebook, if you want good reach
- 2 ways to still get your content seen EVEN if your reach is zero.
You can watch the video here (transcript and audio version below the video):
Are you a reader? Then download a short transcript here.
Are you a listener? Good news, there is a podcast version too!
The most important thing to keep in mind when it comes to Facebook organic reach, is that Facebook wants people on the platform to:
- Have a positive, authentic experience
- See only original content (specific to the platform and not shared)
- Stay on the platform (not leave to another website)
- Be served meaningful content that leads to meaningful conversations.
If your content ticks those 4 boxes, then your reach should be fine (taking into account the fact that organic reach of pages is at an all time low and reach for groups is also declining, so I am talking about a relative good reach).
If your content is salesy, asks for “fake” engagement (like “share this post”, “comment below”, “tag a friend”, links to outside sources, or isn’t original, then that might be causing lower reach.
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