ChanandlerBong - 2:14 pm on Oct 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
I have a page for a site we run. It has about 700 likes and this increases by 2-3 per day. We decided to start posting our content, one page a day and have received no negative comments about this, only positive.
We use an automated service to post one url/snippet per day and we can also get analytics information about reach, clicks, shares, likes, etc. The pages we post daily are educational exercises, they are the raison d'etre of the site, one exercise a day and the share/like % for each post has been very decent.
We began doing this about 6 weeks ago and the reach was about 150 views, we are now getting about 40 a day, remember, this is out of 6/700 users who "should" be seeing it.
We had one theory, that people were just blocking our content from their wall feed, getting sick and tired of us.
But then we found out about "EdgeRank" (good explanation here [edgerank.net]) and there's now the distinct possibility that FB themselves are simply not showing our posts on most people's walls.
First question, which theory is likely to be correct? Or possibly a combination of the two?
Second question, is there any way for us to increase or reset our edgerank score? Perhaps we should hold off posting for week or so?