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Here's everything related to creating, analyzing and monitoring Facebook pages and posts using Social Animal.
How to Analyze a Facebook Page?
If your business is using Facebook, you should analyze your own pages as well as your competitors’ to stay on track. Facebook trends keep changing and so must you, to get the most from the social network that reaches 1.62 billion users every day. Before analyzing a Facebook page, Find your best competitors on Facebook and make a list. If you cannot find their profiles on Social Animal, add a link to their profiles for Social Animal’s bots to crawl. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/he
How can I Monitor competitors on Facebook?
To take down your competitors, you should know what they are doing and do that better than them. Competitor mapping and competitor content analysis will give you insights on what to do and what not to. Facebook profile analysis If you cannot find who your competitors are, follow the steps below. Type in your focus keyword on Social Animal’s Facebook search tool. Click “Top Pages” and you’ll be presented with a list of Facebook pages that rank at the top for that particular keyword. !(
How to analyze sentiments on Facebook using Social Animal?
Facebook is one of the most popular platforms used by marketers and thus you’ll feel obligated to create a working Facebook strategy. To do this you need to know the right sentiment that has driven all the followers to engage with a competitor’s page. Social Animal’s Facebook Search’s Sentiment Analysis details the use of sentiments on any page. For example, some pages post controversial content that will derive all kinds of comments from its followers. A few might agree or disagree with the p