Our customisable social media benchmaking tools enables anyone to benchmark local colaborators, international competitors or potential influencers.
Understand the engagment and sentiment of their posts compared to yours.
Use these insights to drive your social media strategy and rise above your competition by measuring what matters and doing more of what works.
Compare your organisations social media output with others in any network using the benchmarking tools within Maybe*.
Maybe* provides real-world insights that help you gain an advantage in your marketplace. Make data-powered comparisons about your posting frequency, audience size, content, engagement and sentiment. These insights will help you improve your social media strategy.
Quickly identify industry leaders and find out what they’re doing that works so you can do more of it yourself. With the Maybe* social media benchmarking tool, you can put your efforts into perspective and by monitoring others. This helps you reach your organisation's goals faster.
Benchmarking National retailers, UK
25-06-2020 - 04-07-2020
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The Maybe Index is calculated using measures on; audience size and frequency of posts for any organisation across the three core social networks; Facebook, Instagam, and Twitter. The score is measured as a moving sum to ensure active organisations are scored well and is updated in the Maybe platform daily.
The benchmarking tools within Maybe* encourages your organisation to improve its performance.
It puts your social media productivity into a wider context and will help your team to develop more efficient online strategies. It will help pinpoint exactly how much time and energy your business needs to invest to rise up your vertical and in your location.
Using our customisable social media benchmarking tools you can build datasets that compare your audience size and posting frequency within any marketplace. These data-driven insights will improve the productivity and performance of your digital marketing campaigns.
Measure what matters. Do more of what works.
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