Tag: Tania Yuki

Shareablee’s Interact Summit: Coming May 3rd

by Robert McEvily Very exciting news – Tania’s been working on an exclusive agenda for our very first Summit here in NYC – it’s called INTERACT. We cordially invite you and your colleagues to join us on May 3rd (a Friday) – along with an exclusive gathering of social media thought leaders – as we […]

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Why Social Matters: Becoming Our Own Case Study

Hi Everyone, I hope this blog post finds you well and ready for some cool news… So – as you’ve heard from me consistently over the years, I believe wholeheartedly that social media matters. I even have the data to prove it, and have built an entire company that services thousands of users each month, […]

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The C-Suite is Getting It Wrong (No Offense)

by Robert McEvily Was having a conversation with a friend over the weekend about my new position here at Shareablee. “Very cool,” he said. He congratulated me. “So… you also do the social media for the company itself? Like its Facebook and Instagram and all that stuff?” I told him yes, and I could feel […]

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Three Social Media Predictions for 2016

by Tania Yuki It was a huge year for social media in 2015. Brands crafted nearly 43 million posts on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, up 19% compared to 2014, resulting in 35% growth in consumer engagement and interactions. As the page turns on 2015, I wanted to look ahead to 2016 and some of the […]

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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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What You Need to Know About Instagram Deactivating Spammy Accounts

by Tania Yuki Recently, Instagram announced that it would be removing spam accounts in an effort to enhance the platform’s social experience. Some accounts would see a change in follower counts, it warned, as part of its goal to keep conversations authentic. We like to think of this as ‘spring cleaning’. No matter how careful […]

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