Support Facebook personal accounts
I'm hoping that Crowdbooster will support the main Facebook profile. My "pages" don't have many followers, but my Facebook profile is quite active and I would love to see its analysis included in the Crowdbooster stats.
I'd hoped the New Crowdbooster would have included Facebook personal profiles, which would make it useful, but alas :-(
Need to be able to add my company Facebook page with out adding my personal Facebook page into the analytics. I don't need to track MY 900 followers, just the followers and posts of my company site.
I would like to monitor my personal Facebook profile in order to boost my crowd. My profile is where I market myself and the things I support, so naturally Crowdbooster would fit in to that. I hope you'll open up for this feature soon!
Mitra Ardron commented
Absolutely - without Facebook Profile pages Crowdbooster's Facebook support is next to useless.
Definitely! The whole reason people are using Social Media is for the 'personal touch', so to not include Personal Profile Pages in Facebook seems absurd! I am not a twitter person, so please, Please, PLEASE include Facebook's Personal Profile Pages.
Martin M. Aleñar commented
Christopher Rucinski commented
This is a must!
Richard Ashley commented
I am a professional individual in the legal industry and believe my audience prefers the direct engagement of a personal Facebook profile over that of a Facebook page. Further, the nature of my engagements call for the use of a more private, personal Facebook profile than a public Facebook. There is a definite need for this. Especially so that this service can further compliment and be complimented by what's offered with Klout.
We want our facebook Organisation page to be linked to Crowdbooster, but it will only allow us to link our personal facebook pages.
Francisco Lopez commented
Yes, that's exactly what I wanted to post as well. Consider making that as well. It will lead you then to all new business and revenue model. Give some graphs for free and then ask for upgrading to see others. People are crazy about seeing who was checking me etc. (Draugiem.lv - the biggest social network in my small home country having 80% of all Latvia inhabitants, earn their most on Photo Gallery statistics. You pay $0.70 per month to see who was seeing you Photo Gallery). Think about this.
And maybe rather allow people to have more accounts (not only 3), but give basic data and ask for upgrading if want to see more.