Your news feed can get cluttered fast by the sheer volume of posts. Therefore, if you were to create an automated management of your news feed, you most likely would see things that are your favorites. The somewhat annoying thing is that Facebook manages that for you in ways that you may not want.
There are a few things that you can do (or ways to promote to your followers) that will insure that your pages are seen in the news feed. If what matters is interaction, your strategy should lean towards promoting more interaction on your posts that you put on your Pages. It's not enough for people to read them, what ACTION did they take as a result? Did they "like" it? Did they "share" it. More action on your posts (and therefore your Page) means a higher probability that your Page will show up in the general news feed of your followers. A helpful article from the Kansas City Business Journal - by Kate McKinney and Kiran Ross "Maximize Your Facebook Content to Stay in News Feeds" has some great tips on ways to increase the probability that your Pages show up for your followers.
Some ways to help your posts (and to help others that you follow) is to do some simple things:
- Like your updates as "you" - not the page
- Take a good look at your posts - what do people like?
- Be visual, people tend to like and share more with visual posts (add a picture for goodness sake!)
- ASK your followers to SHARE and LIKE.