This isn't the only change. Facebook unveils new changes all of the time, with a couple new recent changes. Among the most recent changes is the revamping of business pages. This process has been slow and not all pages have been converted yet. Basically, business pages on Facebook are getting a new timeline design...again.
The new look is essentially narrower, with all of your page info and control options on the left, with your Home feeds being in the center. Why? The news feeds have been modified to appear the same on both desktops and mobile devices in an attempt to simplify things.
Other than the new design, you've also probably noticed photos are now larger than before. You'll also see a new ad campaign come into play over the next several weeks if you haven't already. This allows merchants to run more ads at once. This new campaign method is said to make it easier to track performance, organize, and optimize.
As usual, these are just the first of many new changes Facebook will probably release. Just when you get used to one thing, Facebook stirs things up and changes everything again. Good or bad, it's just something you have to learn to live with when dealing with Facebook.
Have you noticed that your post was served? What about the new timeline changes for your business page? What do you think of the new changes?
I daily grow more frustrated by FB. The knowledge that only 16% of my followers see what I post unless I pay to boost it is frustrating enough but when my seen by (not served to) numbers never reach more than about 3-4 percent of my total followers I am in a constant state of "What the heck?"
I PAID Facebook, through their ads, to build the Likes on my site, expecting that my posts would be seen by all of those people who Like my page. Now that I have PAID my way up to 8,000 Likes, my posts are being served to 40 people or less, unless I PAY again to BOOST them? That seems like BS to me.
Am I missing something?