Facebook analysis of

Share Your Wishes

Niche Education has analyzed the last 3 months of Facebook efforts by Share Your Wishes, based in Chobham in England. During this time the organization have reached an NE Score* of 74, which is 47 % better than the median.

74

Your NE Score's components

Engagement
21
Follower Base
100
Frequency
100

Some important values to follow closely

Followers
15,5K
Interactions
17,5K
Interactions Per Post
87,7
Interactions Per Follower
1,1
Posts Per Week
53,8


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What is the NE Score?

The NE Score (acronym for Niche Education) is a quality measurement developed by us, Niche Education. It's a value between 0 and 100, based on the latest 3 months of activity in social media. The NE score is based on the following:

  • Engagement. A measurement of how engaged your followers have been. By engagement we mean liking, commenting or sharing your posts. A comment means more than a simple like, a share means more than a comment.
  • Follower Base. How big is your potential? A big engagement means nothing without a sizeable and relevant audience.
  • Frequency. How often do you post? The social networks' filter algorithms prefer a steady stream of interesting content.

A regular company/organization should have a NE Score of at least 50. A value below 50 tells you something have to be done to improve your social media activities.

it is vital everyone throughout the UK shares their organ donation wishes with their loved ones as ultimately it is they who will make the final decision.