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In 2017, social engagement for the average U.S. brand grew 20% year over year across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Twitter and Instagram captured a majority of the growth in engagement, both increasing by 34%. Twitter increased from 2.5 billion actions in 2016 to 3.4 billion in 2017, and Instagram increased from 30.2 billion actions in 2016 to 40.3 billion in 2017. 

The 2017 Shareablee Fact Book explores the platforms, categories, brands and content steering the growth of the social web.  For marketers, it also unpacks the key drivers of engagement.

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The total volume of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram actions (reactions, comments, shares, retweets and likes) grew 20% year over year. Twitter and Instagram are growing at a faster rate (+34%) than Facebook (+5%). Instagram continues to dominate with over a half of total engagement.

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PART 2: CATEGORY KILLERS

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Liam Harrington

CEO
UNILAD

"The transparency and depth of the Shareablee data set is crucial in allowing the UNILAD partnership team to accurately represent the brand with accurate insights, there is no question that data integrity is at the heart of what Shareablee does that’s why this partnership makes sense."

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THE STATE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE U.S. IN 2017

This 40-page e-book will highlight overall growth across social platforms, category winners, top brands and content across each channel.

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OVERALL GROWTH OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Francis Thai

VP of Marketing/Audience Dev
Bustle

"Last fall, Bustle saw its social engagement increase 14-fold over the last year, to 12.7 million including post-level likes, shares, comments, favorites and retweets. The company attributed the success largely to its social engagement insights and analytics partner Shareablee."

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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PART 1: OVERALL GROWTH

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PART 4: TOP CONTENT

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PART 3: THE BIG LIST

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