Facebook Limiting the Reach of Mountain Sledder and Other Publishers
Mountain Sledder | On 12, Jan 2018
If you’re used to seeing regular content from Mountain Sledder and other publishers and brands in your Facebook newsfeed, things are about to change.
Over the last year, Facebook has slowly been reducing the reach of news and stories from publishers and brands in newsfeeds. And yesterday it announced that in the coming days and months, “you’ll see less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media.”
While this is a good thing from the perspective of connecting with friends and families, it means you’ll see less content from Mountain Sledder and other sources that are relevant to you. Now don’t get us wrong—we’re not publishing less content moving forward. In fact, we hope to publish even more. You’re just going to see a lot less of it on Facebook.
How can I continue to enjoy seeing Mountain Sledder content in my Facebook newsfeed?
There are basically two ways.
Comments and Shares
Facebook measures the value of content by its engagement with readers. It’s measured by the number of shares, comments and—to a lesser degree—reactions. The more value a piece of content has, the more likely it will be seen by other followers of that brand.
So if you see some Mountain Sledder content that you think is interesting, PLEASE engage with it! Leave a comment and tell us what you think! Share it on your profile, with your friends or in a message! Lastly—although they aren’t valued as much as shares and comments in the formula—just give it a like, an angry, a wow or whatever. Your engagement will help others like you see the same content.
See First in News Feed
If you REALLY love Mountain Sledder (we love you too!), and want to see more posts from us, you can choose See First in News Feed Preferences to make sure you always see posts from us and your other favourite Pages.
Other ways to find Mountain Sledder content online
The easiest way is to bookmark www.sleddermag.com! Come visit us often for stories about avalanche safety, gear, athletes, riding tips and more!
You can also sign up for our newsletter. We’ll send you an email every two weeks with links to the best read stories from the last month. And that’s all. We won’t hammer your email, and we’ll never share it with anyone else.
And you’ll always be able to find us with a Google search like: “how to double on a snowmobile”.
Thanks for being an avid reader of Mountain Sledder! Without you, we wouldn’t exist.
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