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Anatomy of a Facebook Fan

Moontoast has done an incredible job on developing a visual representation of the anatomy of Facebook engagement. They rank fans in the Fan Engagement Spectrum from potential fans to super fans, provide the data elements necessary to gauge success, as well as the paths that each type of fan takes to generate a positive return on your investment.

From their post on Facebook Fan Engagement:

At the highest level fan count (Liking a page) is not a good metric for engagement. Community engagement (likes and comments) on average sits around 3%. To increase interaction with the fan, utilize different types of content to drive conversations that deepen the relationship with the community and drive potential fans to superfans. Introducing commerce as part of your overall social media strategy is a fantastic way to reward fans and create buzz about your Facebook page. This all requires an understanding that the world we live in today makes it easier than ever to have real relationships with global customers and to increase brand affinity. Treat customers well and word will spread.

Moontoast Anatomy of a Fan

Douglas Karr

Douglas Karr is the founder of the Martech Zone and a recognized expert on digital transformation. Douglas has helped start several successful MarTech startups, has assisted in the due diligence of over $5 bil in Martech acquisitions and investments, and continues to launch his own platforms and services. He's a co-founder of Highbridge, a digital transformation consulting firm. Douglas is also a published author of a Dummie's guide and a business leadership book.

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  1. Hello Douglas,
    I’d like to know more about this statement on the infographic under Moderate Engagement: “Brand can send direct Facebook messages to all who like brand’s fan page.”

    Facebook removed the functionality that allows page admins to message everyone who LIKES their page awhile back…and I don’t believe pages were ever allowed to individually message fans directly. I know that fans can now send a direct message to a page…but the brand can’t start a private conversation with fans. Can you please elaborate? Thank you! -Katy

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