said 5 months ago:
@andrea-vahl Funny you should mention that because I just noticed that today: I have clicked on “Get notifications” for a few pages, but I am not convinced I am seeing all their posts.
I mean, isn’t my problem if I like 50 pages and click “Get notifications” to each, and have my newsfeed clogged up? Why does Facebook have to put a filter into place to tell me what I want or don’t want to read? I mean, I totally understand the purpose of EdgeRank at the macro level. With 1 billion users, 300 million photo uploads per day, and God knows how many words or status updates… there has to be some kind of filter. But how can brands or brand evangelists ensure their conversation is still happening without EdgeRank butting its nose in the equation?
Anyway, thanks for confirming that there isn’t, to our knowledge, a way to know how many people have clicked “Get notifications”. Cheers from snowy Quebec City!