As many of you guys do, I've got a photo page up on Facebook. It's something that I've looked at very carefully, tracked things, tried advertising (which I did an entire podcast on a few years back) but I've noticed something of a weird trend. Obviously, the more likes you have, the more views your images are gonna get by being put in front of other people. Now, I have a mix of pictures from city stuff to portraits, and I have noticed in the last month or so the page views is changed dependant on the content I'm posting. So I know that there are less people interested in my model shots than the landscapes, but I've noticed that the amount of initial views to the model ones are super super low. Similarly, if I reshare someone else's post it gets like 10 views. But if I put a landscape image up, the views hit 50 in a few seconds and then carries it on to the hundreds or if I'm lucky the thousands. I think Facebook is doing facial recognition, they assumes that is not what people follow me for and downgrades it. I listen to a lot of podcasts, and many are rating Facebook as a bad way to push your business these days as the algorithm is so random you can't guarantee views unless you pay for it. I'm interested to see what other people have found? Are you guys still having success using Facebook?