Facebook Engagements are a sum of reactions, comments, and shares attributed to an article.


Here's a quick example of how these engagements can be counted and attributed.

  • When a Facebook user shares a link to your article on their timeline, that counts as one (1) engagement. 
  • If that post generates ten (10) likes, six (6) comments, and then gets shared eight (8) more times, the original link will have received 25 total engagements (1 + 10 + 6 + 8 = 25). 

To see the full reaction breakdown, simply hover over the Facebook Engagements number.

Exporting results will further show the raw reaction counts.

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