Can the colors page administrators use on their Facebook pages impact engagement? Yes, according to analytics provider Wisemetrics, which created an application to help page admins determine the best colors for their pages.
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.
Facebook emailed invites Tuesday for a press event at its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Jan. 15, but what is it all about?
Facebook will eliminate third-party attributions in posts by pages, meaning that users will no longer see information that content was posted via applications such as HootSuite, TweetDeck, or Seesmic, according to a report by Wisemetrics.
Facebook analytics provider Wisemetrics announced its official launch over Thanksgiving weekend, saying that the timing was tied to the recent changes to Facebook’s algorithm and the resulting decrease in the reach of pages on the social network.