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How to Build Facebook Analytics Reports with Measure Studio

Updated: Jan 25

Creating informative and valuable Facebook analytics reports can be a time-consuming, often laborious task for social media managers.


Too often, hours of team time and energy are absorbed in the reporting process, with very little to show for it beyond a few slides and some numbers.


Enter Measure Studio.


With Measure Studio you can create branded, professional social slides and decks in just a few clicks, even automating the more frustrating parts of the process.


While Measure Studio allows managers to create social media analytics reports for every major platform, in this post, we'll focus primarily on Facebook.


How do I create Facebook analytics reports with Measure Studio?


Creating social analytics reports for Facebook with Measure Studio is simple, straight-forward, and takes just a few minutes.

  • Sign up for Measure Studio and connect your Facebook account(s).

  • Select REPORTS from the left sidebar and click NEW REPORT.

  • Give your report a name, select the desired date range, and choose your preferred slide template based on which metrics you wish to include.

  • Enter slide description and select each metric you wish to include. Available metrics will vary by platform. Then press CREATE SLIDE.

  • Personalize your Facebook report by adding a brand logo and an appropriate color theme for each slide by clicking CUSTOMIZE.

  • Repeat the above steps for any additional slides you wish to create before clicking GENERATE REPORT in the top right corner, and your complete Facebook analytics report will export in seconds.

That's it! Take your fresh Facebook slides and insert them into an existing deck, or simply send off straight to the boss.


Interested in getting started? Click here to begin your free 14 day trial or here if you would like to chat and get a closer look.


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