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quintly Infographic: Is Your Facebook Page Performing Above The Average For March 2013?Now that the March is over its time to check the average Facebook Page performance. Like in January and February we analyzed different Facebook Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) (number of fans, interaction rate, total number of interactions, People Are Talking About, PTAT rate, own posts, user posts and the number of likes, comments and shares) for six different segments depending on the page size (1-1,000 fans, 1,001 – 10,000 fans, …). This time we analyzed and visualized all data from a big set of Facebook pages for the month of March 2013. It is a good way to find out more about your Facebook page and the performance compared to the average Facebook page performance.

We would love to know your opinion about this graphic. Has it helped you to improve your Facebook page performance? Or do you have any suggestions how we can enhance our monthly infographic?

The Average Facebook Page Performance In March

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Max aka Joe is creating Social Media and Content Marketing stories and campaigns at quintly. He is passionate about topics such as social media, live communication and graphic design.

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