Compass Takes Facebook’s Pages to Watch Feature One Step Further

Compass650Facebook introduced its Pages to Watch feature last July, enabling page administrators to keep tabs on the pages of their competitors, and Pages to Watch was added to page insights this past February, but what if page admins want to focus on their competing pages’ ads and promoted posts? Enter Compass, which launched in beta earlier this week.

Compass built a database that enables page admins to see all of the ads and competing posts from competing pages, and its platform offers three pricing plans:

  • Free: One user, basic search functionality, only one result shown.
  • Basic: $99 per month, one user, full search functionality, all results displayed.
  • Premium: $250 per month, up to five users, full search functionality, all results displayed.

Page admins: Would something like Compass be a useful tool for you?

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