Tag: Hillary Clinton

2016 Elections: He said, She said, Whose video content is the most engaging?

by Nathalie Nuta In the weekend leading up to one of the most polarized elections of our modern history, President Obama joined Hillary Clinton’s campaign trail and mocked Donald Trump for having his Twitter feed confiscated by his campaign’s social team. So what’s really going on? Let’s Look at videos posted on Facebook: Donald Trump […]

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Social Engagement Boost for Candidates Continues During Democratic Convention

by Jack Weinstein The most-engaged social media content last week related to the Democratic National Convention didn’t have anything to do with Hillary Clinton’s historic nomination as the first woman to be chosen by a major party for president. Like the Republican National Convention the week before, another speaker other than their party’s candidate stole […]

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Hillary Clinton Sets Social Web Afire

by Jack Weinstein Delete your account. Hillary Clinton’s response to a Donald Trump’s latest insult wasn’t the first time those three words had been tweeted, but it might be the most significant. Not only was it Clinton’s most engaged social post since she announced her candidacy April 12, 2015, it’s the most-engaged tweet by any […]

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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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How Social Engagement Played Out Before the Iowa Caucuses

by Jack Weinstein Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio made the most significant gains during the Republican Iowa Caucus, winning and finishing third, respectively. And each candidate saw their audiences engage more frequently than their GOP challengers. Cruz and Rubio generated the highest average engagement per post (average number of actions on each post as a […]

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Social Engagement Declines for GOP Leaders

by Jack Weinstein In the last GOP debate before the Iowa Caucuses, social engagement declined for the party’s front-runners. Donald Trump and Ted Cruz both generated fewer total social actions (likes, comments, shares and retweets) on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram on Jan. 28, debate day, compared with the day before. Trump’s engagement declined by 40% […]

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Trump Wins GOP Debate Engagement Battle

by Jack Weinstein If Donald Trump were to describe his social media victory in the aftermath of the sixth Republican Presidential Debate on Thursday, he’d probably say something like: “It wasn’t even close.” He would be right. Trump generated more than 1.5 million social actions (likes, comments, shares and retweets) on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. […]

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Obama Drives Engagement with Social TV Tune-In Strategy

by Jack Weinstein Check out President Barack Barack Obama’s most-engaged Instagram post in the days leading up to Tuesday’s State of the Union address. Look familiar? If you follow Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Orange is the New Black , then perhaps it does. Tune-in messages have driven engagement success for TV shows, […]

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Where the Presidential Candidates Can Make Up Ground on Social

by Jack Weinstein While it may be a year until voters cast their ballots for the next president, audiences have already made their preferences known on social media. Of the three Democrat and 15 Republican candidates , one from each party is generating more social engagement than their competitors. Hillary Clinton is outpacing challengers Bernie […]

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Who Won the #DemDebate on Social?

On October 13, the Democratic presidential candidates took the stage to put a new spin on the debates after the GOP candidates’ squared off in August and September. So who was the stand out social performer during the first Democratic debate? Hillary Clinton…and Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton captured 377K total social actions (likes, comments, shares, […]

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