Category: Measurement Service

Succeed with Instagram Business.

Even though Instagram launched its Business accounts back in 2016, we still get the question “Should I convert my page to a Business profile?”. One of the largest barriers to entry we have heard is that businesses are afraid that converting will impact their page. But through Shareablee’s analysis, we found that on average, Business pages […]

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Fullscreen & Shareablee Report: Online Influence Isn’t What It Seems

Based on Trust, Engagement Rates, and Influence, True Digital Creators Offer Greatest Impact for Brand Partnerships March 28, 2018 LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fullscreen, a global leader in social-first entertainment and branded content, in partnership with leading social analytics firm Shareablee, announced new research today that takes a deeper dive into what types of influencers – based […]

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Master Social Content Strategy with Shareablee’s Paid Media Detection

You can’t talk about social media strategies without discussing paid content. As engagement and network saturation continues to increase, it has become a challenge for brands & publishers alike to reach the audience that they have spent years building. As a result, the utilization of paid media promotion has grown across industries. This September, U.S. […]

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The Next Wave of Social Media Measurement: Letting Data Speak

New York, NY, October 15, 2017 Written: Tania Yuki, Founder & CEO, Shareablee Source: Linkedin Article If you listen carefully and let go of what you think you already know about social media best practices, its data can tell you incredible tales about your content, your customers… and everyone who might be a great customer, […]

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7 Mistakes To Avoid when Selecting a Measurement Partner for Social Media

New York, NY, September 25, 2017 Written: Tania Yuki, Founder & CEO, Shareablee Source: Linkedin Article 1)  Looking for a Platform that can ‘do it all’ Would you willingly choose a restaurant that claimed to have the best bolognese, burritos AND sushi in town? Probably not – you know all too well that one restaurant can’t […]

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