Social analytics firm Quintly released the March 2013 edition of its monthly infographic aimed at helping Facebook page administrators determine how their pages measure up when compared with their contemporaries.
When Facebook introduced its redesigned News Feed, it did more than change how people view memes and photos of cats — it altered the way stories are seen. Now everyone can make news. But for those who make a living by spreading news, Facebook has changed the way stories are presented. Dean Praetorius, a senior editor with The Huffington Post, talked with AllFacebook about how the way news is presented on Facebook requires some changes to the traditional approach.
Social analytics firm Quintly will help Facebook page administrators determine how their pages measure up when compared to their contemporaries by launching a monthly infographic series that enables page admins to compare their results in certain metrics with those of pages of roughly the same sizes.
As millions of people opened their wallets last weekend for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, brands’ Facebook pages also experienced success. Walmart, which was bombarded on Facebook with criticism for opening at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, was actually the most successful brand on the social network during the two shopping days, according to Socialbakers. Amazon, Macy’s, and Toys “R” Us also earned kudos for fan growth and engagement.