Retrieve Lost Facebook Organic Reach

The secret to more Facebook organic reach isn’t to post more

Facebook has been the hot-button topic of social and political discussions for the past few weeks. Even still, more than 2 billion people still use the platform monthly, totaling to 50 million hours of usage. But reaching those users without paying a now massively increased advertising cost still feels next to impossible. Organic reach rates are stuck at a few measly percents. And with a new Facebook update, reporting (albeit not actual rates)
will show even lower organic reach rates.

social engagements are down 50 percent in just the last three years. But that doesn’t mean you can’t ignite engagement on FB. And despite the deck being stacked against you, it doesn’t mean you should choose the flight response. Here’s how to use four unconventional methods to reclaim your lost organic reach.

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Source: SearchEngineJournal

Increase your organic reach

9 Expert Insights to Increase Your Organic Reach on Facebook

You’re probably already using Facebook to engage with your audience. The platform has established itself as indispensable within the social media marketing industry with 62% of marketers naming it as the most important one in their strategies. But while 93% of marketers use Facebook advertising regularly, 40% say they’re unsure whether their efforts are working.

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Source: NeilPatel

Not provided Keywords

‘Not provided’ eating up the majority of your keyword data.

Google is choosing not to show you the keywords that have been driving organic traffic to your site. But why Google, why? The official answer is that it’s done in the name of online privacy, to protect the vulnerable users. Keyword data about what organic keywords are driving traffic to your site has been essential for online marketers, so they know what’s working and where to go next.

9 ways to get your “not provided” keyword data back.

Google Webmaster Tools:
Google Analytics won’t cough up keyword info, but Google Webmaster tools still provide some, albeit not a ton. Still, in the middle of a desert, even a teacup of water can save your life.

Bing Keyword Data:
Google may have turned its back on you, but Bing is that awkward kid on the playground who is desperate for friends, so no WAY it’s going to turn you away.

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Source: WordStream


social media!

Social media marketing is a must for businesses of all sizes to reach customers.  It’s a part of digital marketing. Your customers must be already relating with brands through social media and ‘you are missing out’ if you are not relating directly to your audience through social platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Dedicated marketing on social media can bring remarkable success to your business and even driving leads and sales. Read more…