An average Facebook Engagement Rate is a simple measure to identify the relative engagement of a fan page to its fans. The Engagement changes on a regular basis and can increase or decrease depending on the relative activity of the page during the past week.
- You can calculate the Facebook Engagement Rate with two figures published on every fan page.
- Divide the number of talking about by the total number of likes x 100.
- Facebook’s latest update is starting to remove the TTAB figure from pages.
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What Influences the Facebook Engagement Rate?
- Each page will have a different engagement rate based on its size and relative activity during the past 7 days.
- The average engagement rate therefore fluctuates daily.
- Presence – How often a page is updated. The more updates, the greater potential for interactions.
- Time – When the page is updated. Is the page being updated when the audience are most active?
- Type of update type – photos are more engaging than status updates.
- Response/Engagement – engagement is a two way street.
- Call to Action – asking for an action solicits greater response, e.g. “like this”
How can you identify the factors influencing the page engagement rate
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