Why are my 500+ followers not liking my new posts?
I created a business Facebook page 4 or 5 years ago. My company has been on hiatus since then. I recently had someone revive my page as my business started up again. The likes and followers were of course still there, but ever since she took over, none of the posts are being seen by the old followers. I just figured out that she created a new business page for my company under her personal facebook page. Is this why the new posts are not being seen by the old followers? Is my old page gone? What happened to the followers and can I somehow connect to them again? I don’t know why she decided to create a new page under her personal account, for my business, instead of just refreshing the original page. I am re-launching my company and selling product. It is crucial to be able to reach those customers to re sell. Please don’t tell me that I have lost those contacts. Please answer as soon as you can. I would be very grateful. Thank you.
I would suggest doing a few things to determine if your old page still exists:
1. Seach Facebook for the name of your company
2. Click on the upper right-hand side of your profile to see if the page is connected to your personal account.
Also, even if your page and followers are still there, it’s unlikely that your new posts will be showing to your followers. Facebook has dramatically decreased organic reach for business pages, which means that Facebook users mostly see posts from friends and family and ads on their newsfeed.
If you have a post that you want your target audience to see, I would recommend paying to boost the post. You can learn more about how to do this here.
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