Access your pages by logging in.
LOG IN WITH FACEBOOK
Cobourg Police Service
Doing quite well, not bad at all.
There is room for improvement in terms of how often they post content.
This page understands quality over quantity in terms of post length and is receiving excellent engagement!
Interacts with other Facebook Pages.
The response time of this page is excellent!
Gives visitors a great first impression.
Profile Picture & Cover Photo
The profile picture & cover photo are key aspects of a Facebook page. They make the first visual impression on users.
Usernames help to easily promote a business, brand or organization's presence on Facebook with a shortened Page address.
The Cobourg Police Servic...
The About description gives visitors information about the page and what to expect if they choose to follow it on Facebook.
Call to Action
Call to Action buttons are designed to bring a page's most important objective to the forefront and provide an awesome way to improve user interactions.
Does a fantastic job framing their value proposition and providing information.
Milestones are a great way of telling the story of a company or organization
Deputy Chief Paul VandeGraaf Hired
Cobourg Police conduct their first MusicNotMischief program
Chief Kai Liu takes over
Contact information is very important as it allows users to get in touch with the page or easily find a way to get more information.
107 King St. W., Cobourg, ON, Canada
Activity levels are looking pretty good.
Posts per day
A Facebook page should optimize its number of posts per day in order to increase user engagement. Posting too little or too much can damage engagement.
Average post length
The length of a post matters. Our research shows that posts whose length ranges between 40 - 100 characters on average will produce more engagement with users.
Curiosity and dialogue between pages encourage cross domain interest and improves overall engagement.
Native Facebook videos
Native Facebook Videos are the most engaging type of content on Facebook. Pages that take advantage of them are very likely to improve their overall engagement level among their followers.
Fantastic response levels!
Users can post
Facebook is an amazing channel for fans to interact with their favorite brands. Allowing users to post to a page is the first step in increasing engagement.
A Page should be able to respond to most user posts. A high response rate is indicative of a responsive brand.
Facebook users demand fast responses. A page should try to reduce the time between an user post and its answer.
Not bad, but there is room for improvement.
People talking about this
Measures how many people have interacted with a page or its content, in any way, over the last seven days.
Total Page likes
The larger the better! The more actual followers a page acquires the broader its reach will be.
Engagement rate is calculated by dividing the Page's PTAT with the total number of Likes.
Share page link
Add to favorites
Terms and Conditions
Copyright © 2017 Meltwater All rights reserved.