50+ Facebook Statistics Marketers Should Know in 2023
Published on: 08 Mar 2023 | Author: Raluca Zdru
Facebook has been pioneering social media platforms for over a decade now, and it shows no signs of stopping any time soon. It certainly is the place for sharing photos, and videos, connecting with old and new friends and staying up to date on everything that is happening in the world. Everyone seems to be having a Facebook account these days, so it should come as no surprise that it is one of the main destinations for social media ads and online content.
Since Facebook advertising is such an important part of the online marketing landscape and part of thousands of marketing strategies, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to compile a list of the most fascinating Facebook statistics. We compiled this list by gathering data from various online sources and looking into our internal Facebook statistics.
Facebook has been one of the leading social media platforms for a while now, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Millions of Facebook users access the platform on a daily basis either on their mobile phone or desktop and engage with written and visual content. So, it comes as no surprise that so many companies include Facebook marketing in their social media strategies.
Our Facebook statistics report comes as helps both companies and marketers to better understand the future of the platform and the current trends on the platform.
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