Posted on January 12, 2015 by
Facebook post reach case study

We see a lot from our bird’s eye view of the social media ecosystem, and we’ve spent hours slicing and dicing our data to handpick the best performing pages so you can take away valuable insights from the best.
Let’s review 23 of the best Facebook pages from 2015. There’s something to take away – something actionable – from all of them.

Posted on November 6, 2014 by
Facebook post reach case study

This week we’re analysing Guias Viajar, a 163,000+ fan page by a French travel guide company that shares the top attractions to visit around the world.
They consistently maintain a high engagement rate on their Facebook page, and we’re going to uncover the 3 steps they implement to achieve this success.

Posted on October 30, 2014 by
Facebook post reach case study

This week in our best Facebook Pages series we are analysing Normandie Tourisme, a 59,000+ fan page representing the Regional Tourist Board (CRT) of Normandy, whose goal is to promote Haute-Normandie and Basse Normandie as tourist destinations in France.
They consistently achieve hundreds of shares on their posts. Let’s find out how!

Posted on October 23, 2014 by
Facebook post reach case study

This week we’re analysing The Planet D, a travel blog with a 125,000+ fan page showcasing travel stories, photography and inspiration. They engage with a large portion of their fans on a daily basis and, as a result, are growing by an average of 2,000 fans per week. We’re going to discover how.

Posted on October 16, 2014 by
Facebook post reach case study

This week in our best Facebook Pages series we are analyzing My Loire Valley, a 24,000+ fan page dedicated to the French Region of the Loire Valley, that achieves a 370.5% engagement rate. And, they accomplish this without spending a single Euro! Let’s take a look at how:

Posted on October 6, 2014 by
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What type of content should my business be posting on Facebook?

How do I get my Facebook fans to engage?

Owners of even the best Facebook pages ask these questions on a regular basis. There are simple key strategies for boosting engagement that any business can put in place today, and we provide examples of pages that are rockin’ it each week!

Posted on August 26, 2014 by
Facebook post reach case study

After saying hello of course, the best way to start a conversation is to share some common ground and to ask a question. This provides the foundation to building a good relationship as you have mentioned a topic that is of interest to the other person and have asked them a question, which helps them feel involved and shows that their opinions are valued.

So how does this apply to your Facebook fanpage?

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