Facebook Pages is a powerful tool for businesses and marketers to reach and interact with their desired audience. What’s more, is that it allows you to track and analyze different user engagements.

Kloudio offers users an easy way to leverage Kloudio's reporting with a Facebook Pages integration that compile user demographics, CTA clicks, post engagement and so much more in record time. 

The following article will  help you get started:

  1. Create a Facebook Pages connection on Kloudio
  2. Setup your connection settings
  3. Start creating reports

STEP 1: Create a Facebook Pages connection

Go to Kloudio Connections and Click the button to create a New Connection. 

You will see the below screen. Click the Setup button under the Facebook Pages icon.

Enter your Facebook login information and proceed to Step 2.

STEP 2: Setup Facebook pages sync settings

Now it's time to setup your Facebook Pages data sync settings. 

This will enable you to sync your Facebook Pages data (including page impressions, engagement, reactions, clicks, user demographics, views, posts and more) to a database of your choice. 

Kloudio will do this on your behalf by invoking Facebook Pages APIs as per your configured sync frequency.

a) Connection name
b) Choose an existing database connection: This is where Kloudio will sync your Facebook Pages data. Once it's synced, it will be available for creating Kloudio reports in builder or SQL mode.
c) Choose a schema name where you'd like your data to be synced
d) You can also optionally use Kloudio's data warehouse in case you don't have any data warehouse to sync your data to.
e) Click Save & Sync

By now the sync should start running. You will get a confirmation once it's completed running.

STEP 3: Create Kloudio reports from your Facebook Pages connection

Once the Facebook Pages connection is created and synced as per steps 1 and 2 above, you can create reports from user demographics, CTA clicks, post engagement and more.

This is like creating any other report as explained in the help article here for builder mode reports or the article here for SQL mode reports.

Please ensure you select the connection and schema as used in the Facebook Pages connection settings from Step 2. 

Feel free to chat with us or drop an email in case you have any questions related to this integration. 

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