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  • clarehiler 4:07 pm on April 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    We have surveying some non-journalists as a part of our original research. And as I’ve been reviewing it I’ve come across some interesting comments. I’ll post them on the blog from time to time.

    When asked what would prompt you to “like” something on Facebook this person answered:

    “Im not. Im a fan of maybe 2 things on facebook because the updates and announcements are annoying. I like to decided when I read my news, not be bombarded with it”

  • clarehiler 5:47 pm on April 6, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    New Facebook Research 

    Buddy Media came out with some interesting Facebook research today.

    They looked at three primary success metrics in relation to Wall Posts:

    • Comment Rate: number of comments as a percentage of fan base’Like’ Rate
    • Number of ‘likes’ as a percentage of fan base Engagement Rate
    • A combination of the above factoring in fan base size

    They came up with 5 primary take aways from their research.

    (1) Post Timing (Hour): Brands that posted outside of normal business hours had 20% higher engagement rates on their posts.

    (2) “Promotional” Keywords: Which keywords are most engaging when running a contest, sweepstakes or other offer?

    (3) Post Length: Posts between one and 80 characters had, on average, a 27% higher engagement rate than posts with over 80 characters, yet accounted for only 19% of all posts.

    (4) URL Shorteners: Engagement rates are three times higher for posts that used a full-length URL, as opposed to a URL shortener.

    (5) Keywords: Keep it simple. The left hand column shows the keywords that generated the most ‘likes,’ while the right hand column shows keywords that generated the most comments.

    You can check out the full report here: http://bddy.me/heQitn

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