Facebook killed my Indigenous Business Interest Lists so now I’m using pages

I’m an avid Facebook user and an interested watcher of what’s happening in the Indigenous Business world. I spend a lot of time being asked for recommendations and ideas. And the only way I can do that is to keep up with what’s happening.


How to see posts from your favourite Facebook pages

How to see posts from our favourite Facebook pages.

As a volunteer organisation, we on the committee of the South East Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce find it easier to make quick updates and events on our Facebook page.


The only way to see ALL the Facebook posts in your stream is to use Lists

You may not believe it but Facebook really does try to make sure that your NewsFeed is valuable to you. Facebook takes the clues you give it to mould the Feed to your desires, interests and preferences. Some of those clues include likes, comments, shares, information, searches. All of these little hints, help the Facebook algorithms understand you and what you want from it.


Organising images on your Facebook page

Images are powerful tool in social media. Good images get shared and can take on a life of their own, As a page owner, how do you get value for your effort when it comes to images?

Here are a few tips I’ve shared with clients in the past –


Measuring Facebook engagement: Do some users sabotage your stats?

Note: This is a really quick post that has more questions and few answers.

I use Facebook for personal and professional engagement. I have multiple pages for brands and organisations that I’m part of. On a personal level, I’m also always actively reflecting on what my personal behaviour says about myself as a user.


5 tips for Facebook for business

I meet quite a few Indigenous business owners who are still getting their thinking around social media. I want to reiterate, that you CAN live without a Facebook page for your business (that is, YOU DON’T NEED A FACEBOOK PAGE). It all comes back to “what do you want to say” and “to whom are you saying it”.  If your audience is on Facebook – engaging, listening, talking – then you probably do want to be there.