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Viewing Facebook Statistics

To see your Statistics, go to the “My Tools” drop down in the top right corner of your screen and select “Statistics.” Here you can view your statistics for your Twitter, Facebook, Brev.is, LinkedIn, and Klout accounts.  

To view your Facebook statistics, select “Facebook Statistics” from the drop down menu. Select the account you’d like to pull statistics from in the drop down menu. Then select the date range you’d like by clicking on the calendar icon. 

You can then view all the statistics gathered from your selected Facebook account in the given time range.

Facebook statistics provides a snapshot view of several aspects of your Facebook account. You can view your Facebook statistics, including the number of posts/day, photos, likes, and friends. 

When you hover over the pinpoints on the line graphs, you can see the exact stat.

You can zoom in on a section by switching to “Zoom Mode” and clicking and dragging your cursor over the section you’d like to highlight. Click “Reset Chart” to return to the normal view.

You can also compare two date ranges against each other by switching to “Pin Mode” – here, just select a section of the graph, and drag it on top of another section for comparison. 

These actions are the same throughout the statistics section of Gremln. You can zoom, pin, and isolate any of the graphs you pull in using Gremln’s statistics.

Gremln also pulls in your Facebook Fan Page statistics, or Insights.

You can view your Daily Active User Breakdown, which shows you the number of unique page views and total page views your Facebook Page receives on a given day. 

The next section shows your Page impressions, on an organic, viral, paid, and total basis. 

You can view your Page post impressions, to see how far your individual posts are reaching your audience in a paid, organic, viral, and total sense. 

You can view the number of “Likes” your page gets in a given day, and compare it against the number of times your page is “unliked” as well. 

Enjoy!

 

 

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