Campaign India Team
Oct 24, 2019

Unmetric Engagement Meter: Facebook top 10 (11-20 October)

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Unmetric Engagement Meter: Facebook top 10 (11-20 October)
Unmetric, a social media intelligence firm focused on brands, uses its analytics platform to analyse top performing campaigns, content and videos.  
 
The company's 'Engagement Score' rates each piece of content from 0 to 1000 depending on the amount of user interactions. The methodology measures engagement with respect to follower base. 
 
For Campaign India's 'Engagement Meter' feature, we bring you the top 10 pieces of content on Facebook basis the Unmetric Engagement Score.  
 
These are the ones at the top on the basis of shares, from among over a thousand with an engagement score of 1000, from 11-20 October.
 
Bewakoof.com
Shares: 10,018
Likes: 9,524
 
Adani Group
Shares: 2,660
Likes: 24,463
 
Peter England
Shares: 2,403
Likes: 66,519
 
Reliance Trends
Shares: 961
Likes: 82,406
 
Aditya Birla Health
Shares: 742
Likes: 3,755
 
Manforce Condoms
Shares: 466
Likes: 35,369
 
ZOYA - A Tata Product
Shares: 346
Likes: 22,300
 
Saffola Fittify
Shares: 134
Likes: 3,196
 
VIP Bags
Shares: 98
Likes: 42,991
 
ZOD! Clubwear
Shares: 89
Likes: 15,189

 

Source:
Campaign India

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