LOL, This explains a fair bit about Facebook

& why they appear to have restricted group admin tools & search functions
2 great videos part way down the page from a guy that researched why.

geek_mrfxit, Jun 11, 2:25 pm

Fraud? Yeah right. Facebook are a business that charge you for advertising. Pretty standard.

I run a business page - you need to pay for your followers to see your posts. It makes sense. otherwise it'd be free advertising.

geek_suicidemonkey, Jun 11, 2:35 pm

Deliberately restricting your selected audience & not telling you is a pretty sneaky way to force you to pay for more advertising which mostly comes from 'click' farms anyway.
Partly due to the vast number of groups & partly with FB's system would help explain why some groups, Eg: A "pay it Forward group" with 15K members in the Waikato area, only generates upwards of 20 listings & 40 comments per day total, at best (most days).

I see it myself as 1 admin of 3 admins in a group that we each get different notifications of whats happening on that group in the same minute.
#1 will be alerted about blah blah & #2 will be alerted about bleh bleh & #3 will get alerts about blurk blurk with some intermixing where we all get the same alerts.
Yes different houses so yes, different ip's.

geek_mrfxit, Jun 11, 2:49 pm

The click farms thing is BS too. Whenever I pay to promote my business posts, I get genuine interaction and comments. If these people are bots, they're pretty amazingly life-like - especially when I meet them and work for them.

geek_suicidemonkey, Aug 30, 3:04 am

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