Turns out they made major changes.
You know all those pages you like to find out information about your favorite restaurants, bars, shops, and (ahem) authors? Welp. Now you are going to have to go digging for them, even if you interact with those pages on the regular.
Check out this screenshot of my Facebook sidebar.
See that little newspaper icon 7th from the top?You know, the one below the "more" you have to hit to find it in the drop down menu? That teeny tiny button all the way down there, is what you have to press to see any of the pages' information that you've liked.
Not only that, but according to some sources I've seen shared in various groups I'm in, if you are posting anything with a link attached, you should be prepared to have that post suppressed, or even deleted as spam.
I have still seen linked stories pop up in my feed, but when I go to the "Pages Feed", I see a lot more from my Facebook friends that I didn't get pushed through before. And these are friends that I interact with regularly.
But according to the new rules for this update, authors can't share links or promote our business on our personal pages. Which means you're going to get a lot of posts from authors that you know reminding you to like their pages.
I'm torn. How about you? Will you be checking your own "Pages Feed"? Or will you only interact with your friends from now on? Let me know. Because I'm curious if I should bother with the Author Page at all.