Show Facebook Who’s Boss and Take Back Your News Feed With One Small Change!
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Have you ever noticed how posts from the people and groups you follow on Facebook somehow never show up in your news feed?
This happens because complicated algorithms dictate what we see and don’t see on our social media pages. But there is a simple way you can ensure you’re not missing posts from Million Mile Secrets or any other page you’ve liked on Facebook.
Some of the deals we write about will expire by time the email newsletter goes out the next day, like the $15 Frontier Airlines sale. So if you’re following us on Twitter or Facebook, you’ll be less likely to miss limited-time deals.
How to Ensure You Never Miss Another Deal Again!
After you log into your Facebook account, head to the Million Mile Secrets Facebook page.
Then click on the “Following” drop-down menu. Select “See First” to have our posts appear in your news feed.
Next, you’ll want to click the small pencil icon that’s next to “Notifications.”
This menu will pop up and you can pick “Standard” to receive notifications for up to 5 posts from us per day.
Click “Done” to close out that menu. That’s it!
And the best part is, you can do this with all of the Facebook pages you follow! So you’ll never have to miss an update from your favorite band, author, artist, or blog ever again.
One of the frustrating aspects of social media is that you don’t always see posts from the people and groups you want to hear from the most.
But you can take control over your Facebook page by changing the notification and news feed settings for the pages you follow.
I look forward to hearing all about the deals you didn’t miss out on thanks to this simple tip!
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