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Our bespoke Data Studio Facebook Page Insights Connector means you can have your data in a format you can share at the click of a button. Every time someone opens one of our data studio reports it will be update, showing up to the minute data to your colleagues and clients. Picture how much time you can save if you don't have to download and format anymore data. You can, as well, for only $8 per month.

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Facebook Page Insights and Google Data Studio

Facebook Page Insights is part of Facebook's graph application programing interface, or Graph API for short, for the data associated with your Facebook page. Facebook's description of the Pages Insights Api states: "The Graph API is the primary way to get data into and out of the Facebook platform. It's a low-level HTTP-based API that apps can use to programmatically query data" Using our Google Data Studio connector you can query the data associated with any Facebook page you have access to. You can find out ages and genders of users along with a wide range of engagement metrics. Here are some examples of important and interesting metrics that you can extract by combined Data Relate, Google Data Studio and FAcebook ads insights.

  • page_impressions - "The number of times any content from your Page or about your Page entered a person's screen. This includes posts, check-ins, ads, social information from people who interact with your Page and more."
  • page_consumptions - "The number of times people clicked on any of your content."
  • page_video_views - "Total number of times page's videos have been viewed for more than 3 seconds."

Use Google Data Studio and Facebook Page Insights to monitor your organic page performance

Subscribers to our connector set get a free DataStudio template for the Facebook Page Insights apis. Setting it up is as simple as copying our bespoke dashboard into your account.

Guide To Using The Facebook Pages Insights Data Studio Connector

Step 1

After logging in and selecting a Data Studio dashboard, click on Resource in the top nav bar

Resource in the Google Data Studio nav bar

Step 2

Under resources select manage added data sources, which leads to the full list of add data sources.

Drop down showing manage added data sources

Step 3

At the bottom of your added resources there is a plus with add a data source next to it. Click to add the Data Relate Facebook Ads Connector.

Bottom of the added resources list showing the '+' to add more data sources

Step 4

Then search for "Data Relate" to find the connectors we've created

Connector search bar with data relate entered

Step 5

You should then choose the connector the Page insights connector

Step 6

Once selected, you can visit this page from the "Learn More" link or the contact page from the "Report and Issue" page

Step 7

Scroll down to find the settings for the app. You can get your PayPal ID from your account here. Pick the Facebook account you want to work with and the click/conversion window.

NB: The paypal will be associated with your Google email account. Only when logged in to this Google accoutn will you be able to sue the app.

Step 8

Once the configuration settings are selected you can see all metrics available with the connector

Metrics available with the connector

Step 9

Then click the "Add to report" button in the top right corner. If you are install in the app for the first time, you will see be able to use our free template at this stage.

Add to report button

Step 10

You will then see the new data source and available fields

new data source and available fields

Step 11

Click and drag on the dashbaord window and create your first graph powered by the new data source.

Table powered by the data source

Step 12

Select a different type of graph and you can show your data in a different format.

Bar chart powered by new data source