You Liked It, But It’s Not in Your Facebook Feed

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Briefly, Facebook forces pages and brands and whatevers who so kindly set up shop on their website to pay to be seen by the very people who said, okay, sure, I want to follow that. It’s just one of the ways Facebook manipulates your timeline, and you don’t know what you aren’t seeing. It’s something to keep in mind if you use Facebook to keep up with events, authors, companies, bands, and so on. It’s also one of the reasons I avoid Facebook. (I have one, but for very private use with some friends, college friends, and family, and not even all of them–and I so rarely log on, I might as well not have one. So if I don’t follow you back on Facebook or I dump you off my list, it’s not personal; it’s about giving Facebook as little information as possible. Twitter’s been pretty evil lately, but I still check it when I can, though I miss stuff there too, and I don’t get around to following everyone/following right away. My feed should show up below.)

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