The National Basketball Association is down to its final four teams, with the San Antonio Spurs holding a two games to none lead over the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference finals, while the defending champions, the Miami Heat, lead the Indiana Pacers one game to none in the Eastern Conference finals. According to sister site PageData, the Heat remain the Facebook favorites, as well.
Facebook’s built-in page insights are helpful, but not if you’re looking for minute-to-minute changes. Crowdbabble wants to solve that. The company recently launched a real-time Facebook analytics monitor, so brands can see how their pages (and those of their competitors) are doing instantly.
Many of Facebook’s more than 1 billion monthly active users would agree — the site is great, but could use some improvement. As users complain about ads, a cluttered and confusing interface, and several other things, there are a few things that Facebook could implement to make the site much more palatable. Here are five innovations (some possible, some rather imaginative) that we think would improve Facebook.
Social media agency Pandemic Labs created its own take on Facebook analytics from scratch, resulting in Watchtower, a comprehensive tool that allows page administrators to analyze their pages, as well as those of their competitors.
Last month, Facebook page owners started to see a change in their main admin panel, as notifications were replaced with greater reach reporting on a post-by-post as well as a button to pay to promote the story to more users. Recently, this has rolled out to more admins. However, the switch has been unpopular among many page owners, who feel that Facebook is pushing ads upon them. A Facebook spokesperson talked with AllFacebook about these changes, saying that it’s honestly not a ploy to get more ad revenue.
Recently, eMarketer announced that mobile Facebook advertising now receives more mobile display advertising dollars than any other network or platform, including major players like Google. Here are five ways to master mobile advertising on Facebook if you’re late to the game.
Following last week’s announcement of an expanded partnership with customer-relationship-management system SugarCRM, social analytics and engagement solutions provider NextPrinciples Tuesday named SugarCRM as one of three new customers for its Insight-to-Action platform, joined by Marathon Sports and IT World Canada.
Companies that use Business Wire to release information to the media can now track how their content performed on Facebook and other social media platforms with the media-distribution company’s addition of Social Media Monitoring Reports from social analytics platform Nuvi.
In an effort to clear the clutter of information in its page insights and insights application-programming interface, Facebook announced that effective July 10, it will remove a metric that many page administrators did not find helpful: friends of fans.