Category: Infographics

Why Sports Brands Need to Start Paying Attention to Female Fans

The majority of Olympics engagement comes from women Female sports fans have long known that even if the community still acts like a boys’ club, women are some of the most passionate sports junkies out there. And the numbers prove it: Sports brands need to start paying attention to women if they don’t want to […]

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CEOs Talk Social: A Chat with the CEO and Founder of Shareablee

By Laura Lawless Did you know that in 2017, social engagement for the average U.S. brand grew 20% year over year across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram? That’s just the type of insight you’ll get from tuning in to our next episode of CEOs Talk Social on Wednesday, April 25 at 11:30 AM. Host Stephanie Newby, CEO of […]

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SHAREABLEE FACT PACK: STATE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN 2017

In 2017, social engagement for the average U.S. brand grew 20% year over year across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Twitter and Instagram captured a majority of the growth in engagement, both increasing by 34%. Twitter increased from 2.5 billion actions in 2016 to 3.4 billion in 2017, and Instagram increased from 30.2 billion actions in […]

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Top Social Trends for U.S. Pro Sports 2017

In the first half of 2017, Instagram has been the biggest winner when it comes to generating social engagement for U.S. Professional Sports Leagues, capturing 61% of overall engagement with 2.2 billion actions while accounting for only 14% of total content throughout all social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram). Despite the lack of growth in […]

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Who’s Winning the Tony in Social?

Shareablee has been watching how the 2017 Tony Award nominees fare with audiences on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter in the Best Musical, Best Play, Best Revival of a Play, and Best Revival of a Musical categories. Results weren’t necessarily what we expected in the timeframe from when the nominees were announced through May 30. The […]

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