Is my Facebook page working? 19 ways to tell


Good morning, Social Rabbit here with your guide to the world of social media.

Today we are answering a reader question (if you have a question just email the Chief Rabbit info@SocialRabbit.net).  This reader wanted to know how she can tell if her Facebook page is working, below are 19 ways to tell…..

  1. You have fans
  2. Your fans comment on your posts
  3. Your fans “like” your posts
  4. Your fans post up questions and comments of their own without prompting
  5. Looking at your page insights your fan removal rate is lower than 0.75% per month
  6. The number of fans you have grows each week
  7. People visit your page (results are sent in your weekly page updates from Facebook)
  8. Your post quality is still high in the insights (high for you may be different to high for someone else)
  9. Your posts are still good quality (be honest with yourself!)
  10. If your page purpose is to get clicks through to your site is this happening?
  11. If your page purpose is to increase online sales is this happening?
  12. The number of interactions with your page each week is increasing
  13. People tell you how awesome your page is
  14. Other pages have added your page as a favourite on their page
  15. Your page has been featured on the Facebook Marketing page as a great example
  16. Your page has more than 100 fans – that puts you in the top 65% of pages!
  17. You are posting on your page wall at least once a week
  18. You are meeting the goals you set for your page before you started (you did set goals didn’t you?)
  19. People you don’t know are fans!

Until next time, let me know if you think there are other ways to tell if your page is working… comment below please 🙂

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2 responses to “Is my Facebook page working? 19 ways to tell

  1. I bookmarked this link . Thank you for good job !

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