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Jul 11 Posted 3 years ago
Important article. I have been building technology for membership sites, and community sites steady for a couple years now and have created some solutions toward the top 5 issues you present. Companies who get on board with institutions like facebook must keep up- not only on the dev resources required, but to fulfill the engagement principle that is key to any sustainable business. Use it or LOSE it!
Jun 24 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks for the comment Michael,
To be honest, I tend not to use third party software for posting to social media, purely because it generally isn't as easy to use, and can be risking when synced with multiple accounts. As such, I'm probably not the best person to draw conclusions.
That said, I think that even with third party APIs the results will be the same, since any posts uploaded will probably be put through the same algorithm as those posted using Facebook's native posting tool.
Hope that helps!
May 16 Posted 3 years ago
Great post Alex,
I noticed that you didn't mention anything in regards to 3rd Party API posts (Hootsuite, TweetDeck, etc.) to Facebook pages and the impact on EdgeRank weight.
What are you thoughts?
Mar 16 Posted 3 years ago
thank you great insights indeed