MakeMyTrip Careers Soars Up Engagement On Facebook

by Prasant Naidu on July 17, 2022

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MakeMyTrip Careers Facebook page that focuses on careers in MakeMyTrip has scored tremendous engagement from the last few posts.

The Facebook page that was opened last year during the month of June has a fan following of more than 800 fans. The page which had seen decent activity from some time witnessed engagement rates soaring up extensively. The engagement score provided by Unmetric, a social media monitoring product shows that the brand had touched an engagement score more than 3000 for one of their posts!

Facebook posts that soared the engagement

1. June 29th Facebook post: The June 29th post that was posted by the page admin was a one liner but was able to achieve an engagement score of 3028. The post that scored the maximum engagement was about a work from home opportunity for female candidates. The below screen grab gives a glimpse of the post.

The above post also achieved some mind blowing numbers. The below screen grab says it all:

2. July 11th Facebook post: MakeMyTrip page posted a second post related to the first one on July 11th. The content of the post was similar to the earlier post except that it highlighted the fact that the “Work From Home” opportunity is still open. The smart move from the brand paid off and it again achieved some great numbers but not as on June 29th.

3. July 16th Facebook post: The last post on the page by the brand was on July 16th and it was an article from Economic Times. The post talked about the current news where the company was rated as the 4th best place to work for employees. It goes without saying that the post also got decent engagement score. The below screen grab again says it all:

Takeaways for SMEs

The above content posted by MakeMyTrip Careers page on Facebook had some interesting things and I believe that it could help SME’s to understand the nitty-gritty of what clicks with the fans on Facebook. The takeaways are listed below:

1. Sharing Content aligned to objective: The Facebook brand page is to inform about career opportunities of MakeMyTrip and create a community around it. The post that got the maximum engagement was about a job opportunity and that is why people have followed the page. Besides that the page has always soared engagement when the content has either spoken about career opportunities or content related to it.

Content is the most important thing in social media and SME’s should hold it dear so that it is not spoiled by random Cricket and Bollywood updates.

2. Pictures work better on Facebook: The posts that got the maximum engagement had an image attached to it. We all are aware that a picture says a thousand words and the same applies strongly to Facebook. So make sure, you attach images with posts but avoid putting random pictures and try to mix it well with other content.

3. Crisp status messages do the work: Short and crisp messages have a upper hand on a long status updates. Same holds true again with the posts that scored maximum engagement.

I am myself guilty of long updates on my Facebook page but my advice would be that the content being shared should be complete and understandable. If that could be done in one line then great otherwise make sure that the message is clear.

4. Resolving queries with fans: Resolving queries of your fans is a must and the page admin know it very well.  The June 29th post and July 11th post were the type of posts that were known to have doubts from fans. It was really good to see that the page admin taking the pain to resolve them.

Your page is built by real fans and as a page administrator it is your responsibility to answer all rational questions.

MakeMyTrip has achieved good numbers but it would be great if the page is more active on Facebook. Nevertheless, the team who handle the page should get all credit for achieving such huge score on Facebook.

So do you think you have takeaways from the MakeMyTrip Careers Facebook page and the content being shared by it?

Prasant Naidu

Founder and Blogger at Lighthouse Insights. Loves to experiment in social media and believes social media is a game changer for SME's.

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  • csharpdflat

    How is the Engagement Score exactly calculated here??would like to know that

    • http://lighthouseinsights.in/ Prasant Naidu

      The Engagement Score is our measure of Engagement, and is rooted in the methodology behind Facebook’s own Feedback score. Engagement is based on weighted averages of the responses to posts expressed as a percentage of the estimated number of impressions delivered. Responses are calculated by a weighted summation of the number of likes, the number of comments and the number of shares of the particular post. The comments are weighted higher than likes (because commenting starts a conversation) and shares are weighted higher than comments (because sharing amplifies reach). Impressions are estimated based on empirically observed correlations between fan base and impressions. While this approach is not fool proof, it is a fairly good measure of relative performance, especially when you are comparing brands with similar orders of magnitude of fans or are bench-marking different points in time for a brand.
      You can customize the relative weight of a comment or a share by changing it below.
      1 Comment equals12345678910 Likes
      1 Share equals12345678910 Likes
      Hope it helps :) for more we have our [email protected]:disqus

      • csharpdflat

        You got me..:) thanks for the info…Also, a suggestion would be also toc onsider Negative Feedback per post to include in the Score, which would obviously indicate a negative measure but can also let us know the performance of the post on an overall basis (Engagement + Negative Feedback in terms of ‘Report Spam/Unlikes/Hide Story’ actions. But if you are calculating this on publicly available data from Facebook, then it could be a challenege. Just a thought :)

    • http://lighthouseinsights.in/ Prasant Naidu

      the no for like and comment has a problem.
      the correct figure right now is 1 comment= 3 likes
      1 share =5 likes

  • http://peterclaridge.me/ Peter

    Nice analysis, Prasant :-) One of the things I can see from this case study is that social media can be a very effective tool for HR. Brands that struggle to hire the right candidates can use a Facebook page to put the word out about available positions and also help craft the company reputation among the work force with regular updates and celebrations of staff achievements.

    Further, HR depts. can consider making screening apps for the Facebook page so people can apply, maybe upload their resume, take online tests, find out more about the job and generally be filtered, all the while on their favourite website. Potentially, Facebook recruitment could bypass Naukri and others.

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