Category: Rankings

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ESPN Tops Total Actions in February; ABC and Fox News Round off The Top 3

By Marc Berman ESPN was the most engaged broadcast outlet in February 2017, according to Shareablee’s Top 10 ranking, with 133 million total actions across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Sportscenter, with over 75 million total actions, accounted for over one half of the cable net’s total activity. Comparably, ESPN was 63 million (or 90%) […]

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Social Rankings and Traditional Ratings Scorecard – Week of Feb. 27

By Marc Berman The week of Feb. 27th, which marked the end of the February sweeps, was atypical for two very different reasons. First, President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress aired live on Tuesday, Feb. 28th, which was not rated by Nielsen. And ABC, taking a page from yesteryear, aired When We Rise, a […]

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Top TV Shows on Social based on Total Actions in January 2017: The Social Importance of Pretty Little Liars

By Marc Berman SportsCenter on ESPN topped the month of January 2017 among all TV shows, with over 87M Total Actions across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Comparably, that was more than triple the No. 2 occupant on cable, Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars, which at just over 25M total actions is particularly impressive because this […]

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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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DIY Stores Among the Most Socially Active Retailers

By Alla Bryne As the holiday shopping season wraps up, we examine why smaller DIY and home improvement stores are outperforming major retailers on social media. The trend toward crafting and do-it-yourself projects seems to resonate with shoppers across social networks. In November, Hobby Lobby, Lowe’s Home Improvement and Michaels Stores ranked amongst the top 10 […]

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Breaking Down the Top Facebook Posts about the Olympics

by Jack Weinstein It’s been an amazing two weeks of competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. From record-breaking performances of swimmers Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky to the utter dominance of the USA Gymnastics’ #FinalFive, and more, this Olympics has been full of incredible stories. In our last daily Olympics […]

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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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Shareablee Ranks Top 10 Sports Media Brands in June 2016

ESPN tops Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to finish No. 1 Sports media brands 16% month-to-month engagement growth Shareablee today released a June 2016 ranking of the most socially-engaged sports media brands in the U.S. The ranking, which includes all sports-related media properties’ main flagship pages and ancillary pages, reflects a total of nearly 313 million […]

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The Top 10 Media Publishers for June 2016

The Huffington Post experiences most month-over-month engagement growth In June, U.S. media publishers generated more than 1.45 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, dislikes), a 2% decline compared with the previous month. Publishers’ engagement by platform was led by Instagram at 48%, followed by Facebook (47%), Twitter (4%) and YouTube (1%). The media […]

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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, Tumblr and YouTube. 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 […]

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