Facebook Rolls Out New, Improved Page Insights
Better engagement measurementsThe old version of Insights had limited engagement information to give page owners, and really only offered data about likes, comments, and interaction rates. The new Insights presents three new types of engagement statistics to help page owners interpret how far their content is traveling.
1. People Talking About This
This is a measure of people who have liked, commented on, or shared a post from your page. It also includes people who have tagged your page in a status or photo, responded to an event, or answered a question you’ve asked.
2. Weekly Total Reach
Weekly Total Reach measures how many Facebook users have seen any of your page’s content, regardless of whether or not they’re fans of your page. Facebook takes views of ads and sponsored stories into account when calculating Total Reach.
Virality tells you how likely users are to create stories from content on your page, by measuring the percentage of your fans who “talked about” a story from your page. This measurement is especially useful when trying to determine which types of content your audience is most responsive to.
Better individual post dataAs previously stated, the old version of Insights only really offered a surface view of individual post data: likes, comments, and interaction rates. With new Insights, you can see your page posts laid out in graph format with the following information:
Date and type of post
Reach – The number of people who saw that post
Engaged Users – The number of people who clicked anywhere on your post, including tagged people/pages, the date/time stamp, and even people’s names in comments.
Talking About This
Virality – Talking About This divided by ReachEach type of data links to its own graph with unique information. For example, the Engaged Users information contains negative feedback data (although this feature is not available to all page administrators, as it is still in testing mode). Negative feedback includes the number of people who hid your posts from their News Feeds or reported them as spam.