As you may have noticed, Facebook is changing its rules every now and then. Its latest change is related to fan pages: page posts are reaching fewer and fewer people so as to encourage page holders to pay for advertising. Concretely, this means that, although you may be a fan of MyScienceWork on Facebook, you have little chance of seeing all our posts. So, how can you keep up with us in your feed?
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A very simple click can help you see all our posts on Facebook: when you hover over the "like" button on our Facebook page, a drop-down menu opens with three options:
- Get Notifications
- - Add to Interest Lists...
- - Unlike (If you feel the need to do so, we promise we will review our community management policy and post more unicorns and cute kittens sometime soon. Or will we...?)
By selecting "Get Notifications", you will receive a notification for every post we publish on Facebook. As we are trying not to spam you, there will not be more than two or three a day, but we hope you will find them interesting.
If you do not really enjoy using Facebook, you can actually keep in touch with MyScienceWork on several other social media like Twitter, Google+, Viadeo and Scoop.it. You can also follow the adventures of MyScienceWork's head team in Silicon Valley, on our Tumblr.