We were in the white car in the picture-- so happy to be alive, still shaking. 10 folks went to the hospital, but we were lucky to only get bruises.
I was in the accident-- passenger in the front right of the white car. Yes, he was going about 90 mph. I talked to him within a couple minutes of it happening. He said that the brakes didn't work, yet he didn't honk, try to pull the emergency brake, or veer into something other than those of us who were sitting at the stoplight.
It was like he didn't seem to care. He just sat down and waited for the ambulances and rescue vehicles. He had a dog in the cab of his truck, who sat there for a couple hours until animal control came.
I'm just thankful to be alive. No fatalities is what the paramedics told us when they treated us.
Congrats to Blinq! Under Dave's leadership, plus John's help, we see amazing things!
25-30% news feed coverage (impressions divided by fans) is relatively low. It means that either your fan base isn't on target, your content isn't engaging, your timing is off, or you're in an industry that doesn't generate engagement (healthcare, finance, insurance). Hard to tell without seeing your page.
Jennifer, you can overlay your postings against fan activity to see how they align. Ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we an set up a prototype dashboard for your page so you can see where to post more or less often.
Jennifer, we'd love to hear more about your diet delivery meal plan. You mention it's national, so we'd like to know how you handle time zones. 9 am PST is breakfast, which is already lunchtime on the East Coast.
If anyone else has questions, please post them here or at facebook.com/blitzlocal
We count interactions as comments plus likes. Comments are worth more than likes, to what degree, we don't know and Facebook won't say. In the example we gave, we measured comments as the main measure of power, since that's what our questions were aiming for. But you're right-- look at comments plus likes.
Looks like only a few folks got access to this. Be patient and you shall receive!
56% of statistics are made up! Seriously, though. I get most of my content on Facebook-- a result of friends liking things.
Celeste-- my goodness. Sorry you are not having a good experience with Facebook ads. I'll have to admit that the system is often buggy, so sometimes you have to upload your ads several times to get them in-- and then wait to get them approved. Have you tried leveraging your brick and mortar customer to love you on Facebook by printing your Facebook page in your print markteting materials or perhaps setting up a Facebook deal?