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21/01/2021
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11/01/2021
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BYE BYE 2020 – Νέα επικοινωνία της Ogilvy για τον ΓΕΡΜΑΝΟ

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Monday 17 March, 2014

Facebook Zero: Considering Life After the Demise of Organic Reach.

Facebook Zero

Organic reach of the content brands publish in Facebook is destined to hit zero! It’s only a matter of time.

In 2012, Facebook famously restricted organic reach of content published from brand pages to about 16 percent. In December 2013, another round of changes reduced it even more.

By February 2014, according to a Social@Ogilvy analysis of more than 100 brand pages, organic reach hovered at 6 percent, a decline of 49 percent from peak levels in October. For large pages with more than 500,000 Likes, organic reach hit 2 percent in February. And Facebook sources were unofficially advising community managers to expect it to approach zero in the foreseeable future.

The ability to build communities of fans, and then maintain contact and encourage engagement using content published to fans’ News Feeds was a critical aspect of Facebook’s early appeal to marketers. The opportunity of achieving engagement at scale motivated many brands and corporates to invest millions in developing communities and providing for care and feeding via always-on content.

With the impending end of organic reach, what are the consequences for marketers and others who use Facebook to connect with their communities? How can brands and corporates get the most from Facebook in the future? Is Facebook still a driver of “earned” conversation and word of mouth? Or is it just a straightforward paid channel? How should communities approach content and engagement going forward?

Review and download the full white paper for all of the data, analysis and detailed, practical recommendations about how brands should respond.

This isn’t an academic exercise. Facebook Zero is a reality now facing every brand and business with a presence on the platform. Action is required, and specific decisions will need to be made with regard to content planning, paid support for social media activities, audience targeting and much more. Hopefully, this paper will provide you with a practical view and practical solutions that will help your decision making process both to get the most of out of Facebook and your wider social media strategy.