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Jul 06, 2018

Unmetric Engagement Meter: Facebook top 20 (21-30 June)

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Unmetric Engagement Meter: Facebook top 20 (21-30 June)
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 20 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 21-30 June 2018.
Shares: 8,700
Likes: 66,718

Shares: 3,211
Likes: 27,896
ICICI Pru Life
Shares: 2,714 
Likes: 16,630
OnePlus India
Shares: 2,394
Likes: 11,59,034
UltraTech Cement Ltd
Shares: 1,684
Likes: 7,299

Shares: 1,279
Likes: 781
Jeep India 
Shares: 1,162
Likes: 18,642
Mutual Funds Sahi Hai
Shares: 923
Likes: 59,780
Paper Boat
Shares: 841
Likes: 19,601
Shares: 840
Likes: 28,784
Freedom Healthy Oil
Shares: 780
Likes: 10,088
Fortune Foods
Shares: 677
Likes: 4,979
Mankind Pharma
Shares: 669
Likes: 8,031
Shares: 515
Likes: 544
Shares: 474
Likes: 29,278
Birla Gold Cement
Shares: 469
Likes: 2,948
Honor India
Shares: 393 
Likes: 1,48,073
Force Gurkha
Shares: 312
Likes: 3,724
American Tourister - India
Shares: 254
Likes: 67,164
Evolve Back Resorts
Shares: 247
Likes: 13,803


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