On Facebook, brands are like short people in the center seat at a stadium during a rock concert. Even if they jump up and down or wear a moose hat on their heads, they might not get noticed. There is simply too much input going on in all directions, so unless a fan is looking their way, their clever messaging sign will probably go unread.
But according to a new white paper from comScore, continual jumping is important because it increases your chance of being seen by 2.5% per day.
The reason behind this is two fold. First, it is noted that Facebook users spend more time reading their newsfeed than doing anything else on the site. Only 27%, but it beats apps which shows up at only 10%. That means that more people are seeing brand messages on their own feed than they are on brand fan pages.