3rd Base Coach
- Apr 30, 2009
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Agreed and a big fat LOL! I said such things around 8 years ago, circa 2012.My recommendation (regardless of how/when they resolve this) is to stop posting anything to your dealership's Facebook page that receives little to no interaction. Without getting too technical, when you post a turd, Facebook "punishes" future organic posts. This reduces the amount of perceived spam your followers see, as Facebook assumes your followers don't care much for your content (based on the turds you keep posting).
This includes automated review posts and (especially) OEM-driven content. Your organic posts shouldn't mirror your paid posts. Your followers already know you sell cars. Stop beating them over the head with it, and use your Facebook page to show how authentic you are, what you do for the community, and (in a limited fashion) how happy people are to buy from you (with a pic of them next to the car and properly tagged).