Big data is like teenage sex: everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it…
Same goes for analytics. To help you navigate your way through Social Media Analytics we are releasing a series of Guides on Social Media Analytics, or “Top Analytics questions to ask Social Networks daily”.
Today we are covering Facebook. We are all in a race towards data insights! Everyone wants it. You have people promising they can deliver them right to your doorstep. But you already have everything you need to get to them yourself!
We believe that no KPIs or metrics can really bring you insights on a silver platter.
What you need to do is to put your data in a context of practical questions!
Once you start approaching analytics in a smarter way, you’ll finally get to these insights!
If you are hesitant over what to start with or which metrics to pull for answers, check out our Guide on Top 10 Questions to Ask Facebook Daily:
- Can I track my audience feedback in real-time?
- Does my Facebook content resonate with my audience?
- Where does my traffic come from?
- How do I quickly react to negative feedback? And much more.
Here’s our Facebook Questions Guide on Slideshare:
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Here’s our Facebook Questions Guide on YouTube:
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Here’s our Facebook Questions Guide in PDF:
If you’re more of an old-schooler, good old PDF Guide on Facebook questions should do right by you. Give it a read, download it and get back to it whenever you need to pick and pull important Facebook metrics.
Now you have figured out which questions you should ask Facebook on a daily basis. Make sure you keep track of all the metrics that help you answer them. How?
Set up your Social Media Dashboard! Login and it will do all the monitoring for you! Did we mention, it’s FREE?