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Which Team Won March Madness on Social?

March Madness is over and the champion has been crowned. The Duke Blue Devils defeated the Wisconsin Badgers 68-63 in a tense, fast-paced championship game on April 6th in Indianapolis. Shareablee analyzed all teams in the bracket to see if their social engagement would show different results than the actual games. View our full March […]

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The State of Local Media on Social

by Gloria Stitt Shareablee recently presented the State of Social: Local Media which addressed the core question: “Is social really an important piece to strategize about in the local space?” In 2014, social activity within the Local Media industry (specifically TV) grew 125%, a higher rate than the average US brand, which grew 108% in […]

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Which Designers Won Fashion Week on Social?

Shareablee conducted an analysis of the various designers at the New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks to find out who scored the best show on social. Over 530 designers showcasing at the various shows captured nearly 40 million total social actions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. See how each city ranked below: New […]

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Video of North West Upstages Everyone on Instagram

by Kara Lawson For the week of March 15-22, Shareablee’s Instagram video rankings were topped by Kim Kardashian for the first time since its launch last April. Her video of North West desperately hanging onto her Frozen suitcase as it’s rolled through the airport took the Instagram world by storm, garnering over 1 million likes […]

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Social Standouts at SXSW

Shareablee conducted an analysis of SXSW’s biggest moments on social to see which brands, sponsors and advertisers dominated. Overall, Paul Walker was one of the best socially performing topics for all SXSW-related posts. This was due to Fast & Furious 7’s surprise debut at the event, and its dedication to the late actor. Compared to […]

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What Social Sharing Means for Impressions, Clicks and Brand-Building

Why do we covet ‘sharing’? A social ‘share’ of brand content means placing your personal brand behind what a brand stands for, and proactively recommending it to your friends, family. As such, sharing is the most revered and also the hardest social metric to achieve. It can’t be achieved by sheer force of media dollars, […]

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The Social Red Carpet Season Wrap-Up

by Kara Lawson Shareablee conducted an analysis of the red carpet season’s biggest events on Facebook to see which brands, sponsors and advertisers dominated. Surprisingly, many sponsors did not publish any social content for the events they paid to sponsor. For example, at the Oscars, only half of the sponsors had any Facebook activity surrounding […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for February 2015: Entertainment Weekly on the Rise

by Tania Yuki Originally posted on Adweek’s SocialTimes by Tania Yuki In February, U.S. media publishers accounted for 652M total social actions, with 439M actions from Facebook, 32M from Twitter and 181M from Instagram . This represents a 3 percent growth of social engagement for the category, compared to January 2015. Red Carpet Season Entertainment […]

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TV Series’ Finales and Social Amplification

by TV Media Insights Shareablee recently launched a weekly social amplification ranking with TV Media Insights , a TV ratings and news conglomerate. Amplification is the sum of all shares and retweets on posts and tweets published by a TV show on Facebook and on Twitter. In the first edition of the ranking for the […]

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Social Best Practices from House of Cards

Netflix’s hit original series, House of Cards , came out with a social bang during its debut week, capturing 47% more social engagement compared to its debut week in 2014. This growth is driven by a 45% increase on Facebook, 14% on Twitter and 134% on Instagram. See the social best practices that House of […]

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