Facebook is always changing. The company is constantly tweaking its site in order to bring you the best user experience possible. In fact, the News Feed has already been through several redesigns since it was first introduced in 2006.
One of Facebook's most recent changes was to give posts from people you know, like your family and friends, higher priority in your News Feed. But that means content from other sites you follow could accidentally get buried in the process.
If you follow me on Facebook but haven't been seeing any of my posts lately, this could be what's causing the problem. But don't worry. I'll show you a nifty trick that will allow you to see more of the news you want. Trust me, you don't want to miss any of my security updates, breaking news stories, helpful tips, podcasts and other articles.
Here's how you can always see content from your favorite sites.
1. Go to the Facebook page of your favorite news source.
2. Click "Like" in the upper right hand corner of the page.
3. Hover your mouse arrow over the word "Liked" and select "See First" in the drop-down menu.
4. On the same pop-up menu you can choose how to receive notifications from the page. Just click on the pencil next to the word "Notifications" and make a selection.
You can use this trick with other websites you follow too. It's an easy way to have more control over your Facebook experience. You decide which sources are prioritized, not an algorithm.
You probably already know that Komando.com and my daily email newsletters are chock-full of the latest tech news, plus tips and tricks to save you time, money and frustration. But for a slightly different view of everything I share, come on over and join me on my Facebook page.
On Facebook, I give my listeners a peek behind the scenes of my radio show, website and my life. See my hard-working crew in action, or join me on my travels.
Liking my Facebook page also connects you to hundreds of thousands of fans of the Kim Komando Show. You'll be able to discuss the latest topics on my show as they happen with like-minded folks from all over the world.