Effective content strategies require figuring out what type of content gains certain results on different KPIs. If you don’t test different content-types all the time, figuring out what reaps the best results is a bit of a guessing game. Well, the numbers are in, and according to Locowise, photos bring engagement, whereas videos bring reach.
Locowise studied 5,000 Facebook Pages throughout the month of September, finding that Facebook videos had an average reach of 9.42%, links had 8.95%, photos had 7.75% and text had 5.51%. In terms of average engagement, photos had the highest engagement at 6.6%, videos slightly less at 6.53%, status updates had average engagement of 4.25% and links a rate of just 3.96%.
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So, as a Facebook Page manager, if you’re after engagement and reach, you have to combine images and video and find the right mix for your brand. It’s that simple.
The study also found that, 42.95% of Facebook Pages used ads. These ads brought roughly 30% or their reach. This is logical, seeing as video views are still relatively cheap because of their hight reach potential.
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