facebook-insights-digital-sherpaWondering what all that gobbledy-gook is on the admin panel of your Facebook author page? Ready to use those sexy new Facebook Insights graphs and data to improve your author page and glean more readers? (Graphic from digitalsherpa.com)

We’ve culled the best recent articles to help you get the most out of the new Facebook Insights features on your author or book page. We’ve also included a useful video tutorial to walk you through the process:

How to Use the New Facebook Insights | SocialMediaExaminer.com

In this article, I’ll give you a tour of the new Facebook Insights and the data you’ll find there, so you’re better equipped to support your marketing goals with Facebook. Thankfully, Facebook has refreshed the web version of Insights to bring you clear data sets that are presented in easier-to-navigate graphs that are highly dynamic and customizable…

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Facebook has released a new insights platform and more (we will get to the more soon too). It is intuitive, gives better information and we believe, takes the mystery out of reaching your customers. There are many great new

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Your Guide To The New Facebook Insights. How To Use New Facebook Insights For Facebook Marketing Success. New Facebook insights for 2013 – For the first time – Are insightful enough for Page Admins to really make a

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Facebook has begun rolling out new and improved Insights for pages. Here are the top seven improved features for page managers.


So tell us, how are you using Facebook Insights to improve your own author or book page engagement?

4 thoughts on “How to Use the New Facebook Insights to Grow Your Author Page

  • August 31, 2013 at 10:13 am

    Great information. I’ve been using this, but not to it’s maximum advantage. Great stuff!

    • August 31, 2013 at 4:10 pm

      Thanks, Jacquie – it’s definitely a process, isn’t it?! One way we’re telling folks to go about this is — like writing for so much time or so many words a day — pick an amount of new connections to make each day – 5, 10, 20… By focusing on building new connections we slowly build our numbers over time (and it is, after all, a numbers game!)

  • August 29, 2013 at 9:58 am

    This is fantastic information! I will give it a try and let you know how it is working. Thanks!

    • August 29, 2013 at 10:14 am

      Great – it’s fun once you get into it. Thanks for weighing in!

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