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The best new Facebook Rowing Information page since ages ago

Do you follow rowing pages on Facebook? You probably have lots of friends who are rowers and on … read more

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Do you follow rowing pages on Facebook?

You probably have lots of friends who are rowers and on Facebook and you’ll have noticed companies like Concept2 or Rock the Boat are also on there.  Maybe you liked them.

But, did you know you don’t see every update post they make?

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Yes, it’s true, for your friends, for pages and also for groups on Facebook.  Their updates are filtered using Facebook’s EdgeRank Algorithm.  Basically Edgerank determines the importance of updates and decides whether or not Facebook thinks they are important enough to appear in your news feed.

I don’t know about you, but I’d prefer to decide for myself whether something is important or not, rather than letting Facebook do it for me.

There are ways to encourage Edgerank so that you see more of what you want. When you like a lot of posts from a person or page, comment a lot or share, you build Edgerank for that person or page.

But this is a tedious task to artificially engineer a result and you probably don’t want to go around liking posts on all the rowing pages you want to see.

Rowperfect has the solution!

We made a Facebook Rowing page which sources the news feeds of some of the more trafficked rowing pages on Facebook (Rowing Confessions is a personal favourite) and puts them all together for you to browse at your leisure.

With our new page, there’s no EdgeRank telling you what is and is not important, you get to see everything each page owner has posted, scroll through each one that interests you and decide what you want to read, like or share.

Go and take a look at Rowperfect’s Facebook Rowing page now.

Think there’s a page we’ve forgotten? Let us know in the comments.

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