Showing posts with label Facebook Page. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facebook Page. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Facebook Page insights now providing detailed information and stats

Facebook have released amazing stats and insights for Facebook Page owners. So if you are the admin of a page on Facebook - the stats page has just gotten a whole lot more interesting. Especially when it comes to PTAT people talking about this. If you own a page then you know there is clickable link called 'People Talking About This'. Not much information could be garnered from that link till now. That has all changed if you want to know more about the gender of the people clicking you links, it's available. You also have something called Virality. Virality will show you the number of people who have liked you post and are making s story out of it. There is also engaged users to see how many users have actually clicked on your posts. Talking about this will summarize the number of users who have liked, commented and shared your posts. These insights are very valuable to markets and people who want their pages to go viral on Facebook.

Facebook Page insights and statsWhen you want your page or post to go viral on Facebook, there are a number of things you need to do. The most basic of which is to know how many users have seen your posts and updates, and how many likes and shares it has received. Once you have stats like these, you can then work on tailor-making your posts to suit your audience. You also gain a sense of perspective as to what users want and how much engagement you can expect.

You can also click on likes and reach and see the demographics and Geo-location of the people who have been engaged in your posts. It lets you know the percentage of gender who have seen your pots. Like number of males and number of females. So if you are targeting a certain gender this is really helpful. With all these stats Facebook page owners and admins are going to have a whole lot of added and needed information. Facebook seems to be taking a lot of steps in the right direction and this is one of them.

How to check your Facebook Page insights
1. Go to your page.
2. Click on the Cog icon
3. Click on view insights

All your insights will now be available

Source: Facebook Studio

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

George W. Bush has a Facebook page

George W. Bush has joined Facebook and now has a fan page. There have been reports hat he also have a Twitter account but that is not true. The George W. Bush presidential center does have a Twitter account and is available here

There are many political figures who use social media and Mr. Bush has been missing from that list for a long time. The Facebook page as of now has 39.084 people who like it and the numbers are growing. 

His personal Bio on the page does not say much other than 
43rd President of the United States
Former Governor of Texas

His Facebook page can be Found at

His first post says:

Since leaving office, President Bush has remained active. He has visited 20 states and 8 countries; given over 65 speeches; launched the George W. Bush Presidential Center; participated in 4 policy conferences through The Bush Institute; finished the first draft of his memoir, “Decision Points”; and partnered with President Clinton to establish the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. More on his activities in future posts...

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Facebook starts sending Facebook Page weekly updates

Facebook has now started sending Facebook page updates for people who have created their own Facebook pages. Of course your page needs to have some traction before you get these updates. It is also a good way for Page creators to get the updates on how well or not so well their page is doing and your encouraged to work on it some more. This new feature of Facebook has been launched more aggressively ever since their became the most visited site in the US. Yes, for a whole week Facebook had beaten even Google to become the No1 most visited site. The whole of last week Facebook held the number one spot.

Facebook now seems to want to set the importance of their service in terms of driving traffic to your page and even your websites. It become more and more important to make sure your websites are optimized for Facebook as their importance in generating traffic grows.

People who own pages on Facebook can now get weekly updates of their pages on Facebook and think of ways to make it better and get more followers. There is no underestimating the importance of social networks like Facebook and Twitter in generating traffic to your site.

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Monday, December 28, 2009

Escaped fugitive keeps updating Facebook page.

Craig Lynch has been taunting police from his Facebook page. Apparently the queer thing about his escape from prison is the way he did it and the timing. He escaped when he was serving time during the end of his release and escaped when on day out. 

He now has over 3,400 fans and he is grumbling that the original page had over 4,000 fans and was deleted by Facebook. 

This is the latest update found on his page.

Craig 'Lazie' Lynch After Facebook deleted the original page of over 4000 fans, we now have over 3000 with this page. Here are the top 10 Countries for Craig's Page as of 12/26 - United Kingdom: 781, United States: 611, Norway: 169, Canada: 165, Australia: 95, Germany: 87, Portugal: 82, Sweden: 51, Turkey: 48, Denmark: 39

Which at the time of writing has already got 80 comments. 

There are people from all countries following him and making their presence felt. 

He was arrested for aggravated battery which is : By the way, if you ever wondered about the definition of aggravated burglary it is this: at the time of the burglary, the criminal: "has with him a firearm, imitation firearm, weapon of offense, or any explosive."

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Friday, December 4, 2009

Journalists share via Facebook

So where do you go to read the latest news and heck even post comments to the journalist in real-time. Yeah no marks for guessing; Facebook has come out as the medium.

"The Associated Press is partnering with other news organizations to cover next week's climate talks in Copenhagen led by the United Nations, and has created a Facebook hub page where journalists covering the talks will post stories and interact with readers, posting blog items, leading live discussions, and taking suggestions on what they should cover during the conference. Around 200 countries are expected to attend to help come up with an international agreement for controlling emissions of gasses leading to global warming."

"This site is not aimed at replicating the traditional media coverage," the agencies say, "but... providing back stories and a forum for analysis and various points of view.
"All [the agencies] are committed to jointly providing a new model for collaborative journalism and reader engagement."

Found in the NYTIMES

"Also participating are Agence France-Presse, ANP of the Netherlands, APA of Austria, APcom of Italy, Canadian Press, dpa of Germany, Kyodo of Japan, Lusa of Portugal, Press Association of the United Kingdom and RIA of Russia. The project is being coordinated by MINDS International, a global news agency network"

Nearly 200 nations are expected the attend the event starting next week and running through till Dec 18th, they will try to make the earth cleaner and greener and take collaborative action against carbon dioxide emissions and gases responsible for Global Warming

Go directly to the Facebook climate pool page.

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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Red Haired Boy Beaten On "Kick A Ginger" Day

Police are probing the assault on a boy that has red hair. This possibly happened as a result of a Facebook page saying it was "Kick a Ginger Day". He was beaten by 14 of his classmates.

Police are also investigating whether assault charges can be laid.

To Reported by the LA Times

The boy was kicked and hit in two incidents on the campus of A.E. Wright Middle School by as many as 14 of his classmates, Lt. Richard Erickson said. The students who participated in the attack may have been motivated by a Facebook message telling them that Friday was "Kick a Ginger Day," Erickson said.

A very simple question is being asked over and over again. Doesn't Facebook monitor these pages. Does Facebook need to approve every page that is created?

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