Social Media Analytics Blog

Facebook Reactions Analytics – Now available for all Facebook pages within quintly 🎊

Analytics for Facebook Reactions were so far just available for your own pages via Facebook Insights. Just recently, Facebook launched Facebook Reactions on a public level and we are happy to announce social media analytics for the reactions of your community – not only for Facebook Insights but for all your and your competitors Facebook profiles.

(more…)


Integrating all Facebook Video Metrics

quintly now supports all Facebook Insights Video Metrics

Facebook videos receive higher engagement than images and other content, hence they get increasingly important for marketers. Due to this importance, Facebook now offers some new API endpoints which we used to release a bunch of new Facebook video metrics for page owners. Through these metrics, videos and interactions on those are more measurable than ever before. (more…)


Brandwatch & quintly Webinar – The ideal Social Media Analysis for businesses

The Difference between Listening & Analytics explained – finally

On July 9 we are running a joint webinar with Brandwatch and iCrossing, which will highlight some key differences between Social Media Listening and Social Media Analytics. These two terms are often mixed up but for setting up a perfect social media strategy it is essential to differentiate and use both simultaneously. Susanne Ullrich, Head of Marketing DACH from Brandwatch, will provide attendees with an overview of what a listening tool is capable of and our CEO and Co-Founder Alexander Peiniger will clarify about social media analytics. Daniel Gschaider, Digital Communications Strategist of iCrossing Germany, will moderate the session and show how both approaches can work perfectly together.Β This webinar will be hosted in German and then targeted to our english-speaking audience, too. Thus, the following article will outline details in German.

BWWebinar (more…)

Want to know more?

Pin It on Pinterest