Tag: Video

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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Nonprofits Unleash The Power of Instagram For A Cause

We recently teamed up with PR News Pro, The how-to resource for communicators, to explore how nonprofit organizations are leveraging Instagram to increase engagement and awareness amongst their followers. The study looked at over 30 of the top non-profits including the San Diego Zoo, Make–A–Wish America, The Nature Conservancy, and PETA during Q2 of 2016. […]

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Livewire Act: Harnessing the Social Live Video Revolution

by Gloria Stitt It seems that no matter what social platform you are on (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc) you can’t help but scroll through dozens of Live Videos these days.  As a matter of fact, I bet your social feeds are dominated by Live Video content.  So what’s going on?  Let’s take a quick look […]

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The Top Ten Social TV Networks in June 2016

The ranking, which includes all television shows and the main network brand accounts, reflects a total of nearly 600 million social actions across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. Engagement for TV networks increased 5.5 percent compared to May. Engagement from video content grew 13 percent month-over-month and represents 31 percent of the total social actions […]

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3 Things I’m Excited About from F8

by Tania Yuki The Next Wave of Video: Live, 360 While audiences still matter, social video of the future will be less about optimizing for discovery and more about creating space for human connection and community. Rather than being the discussion at the watercooler the next day, the video experience is the watercooler—the proverbial campfire […]

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Ranking the Top 10 Media Publishers in March

by Jack Weinstein Tasty’s meteoric rise continued in March as the as the producer of video recipes experienced the most month-to-month growth among media publishers. The BuzzFeed-owned publisher generated 49.1 million total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets and dislikes) on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. That’s 30% more engagement than it generated in February. Tasty […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for February 2016: BuzzFeed a Star on Twitter

Originally posted on Adweek SocialTimes with Shareablee data In February, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.5 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, dislikes), with 707 million actions from Instagram , 702 million from Facebook, 61 million from Twitter, and 14 million from YouTube (excluding views). The media publishing industry represented 22 percent of […]

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Comparing Social Share of Voice to Super Tuesday Wins

by Jack Weinstein Bernie Sanders took a commanding share of voice lead into Super Tuesday. The Democratic presidential candidate owned a 63% to 37% engagement advantage Monday over challenger Hillary Clinton. Given that Sanders had such a commanding lead, he was well positioned to win the Super Tuesday social engagement battle on Facebook, Twitter and […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for October 2015: Instagram Paying Off for E! Online

by Tania Yuki Originally posted in Adweek SocialTimes In October, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.4 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, favorites, dislikes), with 696 million from Instagram, 666 million actions from Facebook, and 48 million from Twitter. The media publishing industry represents 22 percent of all actions taken on content published […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for September 2015: Instagram Trumps Facebook for Engagement

by Tania Yuki Originally posted on Adweek SocialTimes In September, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.4 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, favorites, dislikes), with 699 million from Instagram, 666 million actions from Facebook, and 46 million from Twitter. This represents 22 percent of all actions taken on content published by brands in September. The […]

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