Here’s how to make sure you’ll see MinnPost stories in your Facebook news feed

Last month, Facebook announced some changes to their News Feed. The changes are intended to prioritize the posts one sees from friends and family, and place less emphasis on posts from pages like MinnPost.

MinnPost relies on regular readers to share stories they find interesting on their preferred social media platform, primarily Twitter and Facebook. To make sure you don’t miss any of our stories, we encourage you to sign up for our daily newsletter, follow us on Twitter, or “like” us on Facebook:

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And while over 21,000 users have “liked” MinnPost’s page on Facebook, a large percentage of these readers rarely see MinnPost stories in their feed. Liking, commenting on, and sharing a post with your friends on your own feed will increase engagement of that particular post, but to make sure you see more MinnPost stories in your feed (after you’ve liked our page) choose “See First” from the Following drop-down menu as shown below:

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We hope this helps you see and read more of our stories in your Facebook feed. Thanks for reading MinnPost and supporting non-profit journalism.

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Comments (2)

  1. Submitted by Pat Berg on 07/20/2016 - 09:01 am.

    Or . . . .

    Or you can just navigate to minnpost.com on your browser and find and read the stories for yourself.

    Do Facebook users REALLY expect everything to be spoonfed to them?

  2. Submitted by Todd Hintz on 07/20/2016 - 12:58 pm.

    MinnPost Feed

    Liked and settings adjusted accordingly.

    Spoonfed? No. But it is nice to have another quick avenue of access. And if it helps make MinnPost more successful, then I’m all for it.

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