BirdSong Facebook Analytics is the world’s leading pay as you go social media analytics tool, used by social media practitioners, journalists, publishers and researchers in 120 countries around the world.
You can use our Facebook Analytics to access, for any public fan page:
Analyze any public Facebook page to discover activity, performance of the page, popular content and much much more.
Export all the page's posts to review and create your own Analysis.
Review all the page's posts, sort by engagement types and date posted, to gain useful analysis
Just buy the reports you need, when you need them. With BirdSong Facebook Analytics there are no monthly fees, no ongoing commitment and no restrictions on how many pages you can investigate.
Download all the page’s posts for your own Facebook analysis.
This data will be available for each post and includes:
You can rank this dataset to identify patterns, analyze content to discover trends, and to see a page’s most popular posts. Learn more about our Facebook Data downloads.
Receive key data about the Facebook page including:
Use this data to see what drives engagement and identify ways to further optimize your social strategy.
Access graphs and analysis of all the page’s posts (from the very first post, with filter by date range) including:
We will check the page against thousands of others within the same Facebook category so you will be able to:
For a full list of Facebook categories please visit birdsonganalytics.com/facebook-engagement-rates
Find out when:
In your report, you will be able to rank all the page’s posts by:
See the change in Facebook fans over the past three months with our standard reports, or talk to our bespoke team about longer historical trends.
All standard Facebook Analytics reports now include country of fan, based on data provided from the social network.
BirdSong Facebook Analytics reports and data can be used to help you optimize your Facebook social strategy in many ways. Here are some examples of how our global customers are already using our Facebook Analytics:
We also offer a bespoke reports service where our in-house development team can create and build custom analyses for you, using our data. This includes:
If you have a bespoke requirement that you would like to discuss with our in-house development team, please do get in touch at: email@example.com
Every Facebook Analytics report comes with a .CSV export of all the Facebook posts including:
Due to Facebook restrictions, our standard reports do not include all post comments. We can only provide the latest primary comments.
Our bespoke team can help you index more primary comments for selected posts or date ranges. Exporting all comments will take longer and cost more than standard Analytics reports. Please use the Live Chat or leave us a message to understand more about indexing Facebook comments, the opportunities, and the limitations. Read more about exporting Facebook comments here.
If you would like to use BirdSong Analytics for a research project but don’t have time to run the reports and do the analysis, our research team can help.
They regularly work with clients (large and small) to provide answers to questions that they have about how sectors and competitors are using Twitter.
If you have a project that you would like to discuss with our research team, please get in touch.
You will gain access some useful data about your Facebook page, through Facebook’s own analytics tool.
For example, you will be able to view:
However, Facebook Analytics does not give you this information for accounts that you don’t manage or have not been given access to. This is where BirdSong Analytics can help. With our social media toolkit, you can buy reports to look at the Facebook Analytics for other pages and see how they are using the channel. This allows you to research the Facebook statistics for clients, competitors and other public accounts such as brands and businesses that you may be interested in.
With our reports, you will also be able to:
BirdSong Analytics is used by agencies, publishers, researchers, journalists, legal firms, data analysts, SMEs, charities, large corporations and individuals across the world.