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Facebook rowing groups: Facebook decides what you see

Facebook actually filters what you see on your news feed. Because of this, people miss out on news, articles, … read more

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Facebook actually filters what you see on your news feed. Because of this, people miss out on news, articles, posts and events that come through the Facebook pages we like. This is all because of the Facebook EdgeRank system which collects information on what you look at and links you to relating posts. This means you hardly ever see anything new and exciting.

I don’t know about you, but I don’t want a machine deciding what I want to see.

We came up with the solution: our Facebook Rowing groups collation page. To make sure you’re not missing out, here’s what it’s all about.

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On this page we collect some of the best rowing Facebook pages we can find and combine them all compactly into one space so you don’t miss a thing

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With the ability to like every single page and watch all their updates come in from 1 space, you can support your favourite pages without all the spam and keep up to date with all their posts.

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