Tag: Social Media

Q&A: Staying Engaged When There’s No Game

By Nathalie Nuta At our State of Social: Sports Webinar last month, Sheetal Saha, Shareablee’s Customer Success Manager, interviewed Nathaniel Uy, Bleacher Report’s Senior Manager of Analytics, to discuss fan engagement strategies when it’s not a game day. Uy and his team at the sports news website are responsible for making recommendations to the content […]

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2016 Video Actions Skyrocket by 103%, Facebook Live Emerges

By Alla Byrne Video growth skyrocketed on social media in 2016 across all categories, outpacing other content formats both in terms of volume as well as consumer interactions. In Shareablee’s Year in Review webinar, Founder and CEO Tania Yuki explained the growth of video across social platforms and what this meant for content strategy overall: […]

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Top TV Shows on Social in 2016

By Alla Byrne TV and social go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s no big surprise that television show fans continued their strong engagement on social media in 2016. Here’s Shareablee’s list of the Top 10 most engaged social programs of 2016 based on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Did your favorite make […]

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The 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Strong Social Media Presence Coupled with Minor Growth in the Traditional Ratings

Yes, there is something that can actually beat The Walking Dead on AMC. Music’s biggest night, The 59th Annual Grammy Awards, airing on CBS and featuring five wins for Adele (including the top categories of Album, Record and Song of the Year ), swept the night of Sunday, Feb. 12th, as expected, in the traditional […]

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Top Brands on Social in 2016

By Alla Bryne That’s a wrap on 2016! As we move into 2017, let’s take a look back at which brands performed the best on social media last year. Companies from publishing, sports and recreation, TV networks, consumer goods and retail industries all made the top 10 list National Geographic topped the list with more […]

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Biggest Social Stars of 2016

By Alla Bryne From reality TV stars and supermodels to athletes and politicians, we take a look back at the most engaged public figures on social media. See if your favorite celebrity made the list. The top 10 celebrities on social ranked by total actions were Kylie Jenner (1.8 billion), Justin Bieber (1.3 billion), Ariana […]

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Social Trends at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas wrapped up this week. From robots to Razer, we break down what everyone was buzzing about on social media. A laundry-folding Robot? Sign us up! The bot called Laundriod , which can sort and fold clothes, was one of the most talked about products at CES, especially among […]

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Biggest Social Trends of 2016

From the U.S. presidential election and Brexit to the summer Olympics and Zika outbreak, 2016 was a wild ride. There were also some major developments in social media – most notably the popularity of live video, Instagram stories and emojis. Let’s take a look at the features that dominated social media this year. Live Video […]

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How MTV and Trojan Brand Condoms Used Influencers for the VMAs

Now more than ever, innovative brands seem to be baking influencers into their marketing strategies to reach the mostly – millenial audiences that are attracted to events like the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs). Because millennials now rely on social media to communicate with others and consume content, building marketing campaigns with influencers is one of the most powerful […]

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The Top 25 S&P 500 Brands in Q2 2016

Shareablee today released a Q2 2016 ranking of the most socially-engaged S&P 500 brands in the U.S. The ranking, which includes all S&P 500 properties’ main flagship pages and ancillary pages, reflects a total of nearly 3.2 billion actions on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and YouTube (excluding views). This represents a 15 percent engagement increase compared […]

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