Tag: social scorecard

Shareablee Social Scorecard Reveals Top 25 S&P 500 Brands in Q1 2016

Shareablee released the Top 25 S&P 500 brands in Q1 2016, which reflects a total of 3.1 billion social actions (1.5 billion on Instagram, 1.5 billion on Facebook, 187.7 million on Twitter, 39.6 million on YouTube excluding views). S&P 500 brands saw a 23 percent growth in total social actions compared to Q1 2015, despite […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers of December 2015: Playboy Ends Year on High Note

by Tania Yuki Originally posted at Adweek’s SocialTimes . In December, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.5 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, dislikes), with 728 million from Instagram, 667 million actions from Facebook, 52 million from Twitter, and 17 million from YouTube (excluding views). The media publishing industry represents 22 percent of all […]

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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, 46 million from Twitter, and 13 million from YouTube (excluding views). This represents 22 percent of all actions taken on content […]

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Which Designers Won NYFW on Social?

by Kara Lawson and Herman Chen On September 18, 2015, WWD released a NYFW SS2016 ranking based on Shareablee’s data. The ranking and analysis showed that celebrities and video ruled New York Fashion Week. From September 10 – 17, 2015, Victoria Beckham was the top designer on social, capturing nearly 3.7 million total social actions […]

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The Top 10 Media Publishers for August 2015: Engagement on Instagram Tops Facebook

Originally posted on Adweek’s SocialTimes by Tania Yuki In August, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.5 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, favorites, dislikes), with 729 million from Instagram, 715 million actions from Facebook, 52 million from Twitter, and 13 million from YouTube (excluding views). This is the first time that social interactions […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for July 2015: Complex Growing, BuzzFeed Keeps Stronghold

by Tania Yuki Originally posted on Adweek’s SocialTimes by Tania Yuki In July, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.6 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, favorites, dislikes), with 815 million actions from Facebook, 50 million from Twitter, 709 million from Instagram, and 12 million from YouTube. The media publishing industry saw a 4% […]

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Which Films Topped the Social Box Office?

The Martian dominated the Box Office this past weekend, accumulating over $54 million in U.S. ticket sales . However, Shareablee’s recent analysis of social film blockbusters shows that the much anticipated movies closing out 2015 are the real draw for social audiences. At Shareablee, we turn to social media to tell us how these films […]

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Timing Is Everything For WCNC’s Charlotte Social Lead

by NetNewsCheck Originally posted on NetNewsCheck with Shareablee data This week’s Social Scorecard looks at Charlotte, N.C. (DMA 24), where Tegna-owned NBC affiliate WCNC commands the lead in social media actions. Part of what puts it there is a knack for timing posts — especially videos — in a way that maximizes discussion and anticipation […]

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Top 10 Media Publishers for June 2015: BuzzFeed Food Cooking Up Engagement

by Tania Yuki Originally posted on Adweek’s SocialTimes by Tania Yuki In June, U.S. media publishers accounted for 830 million total social actions, with 532 million actions from Facebook, 36 million from Twitter and 262 million from Instagram. The Media Publishing category saw an 8.5 percent increase in total actions across social compared to May […]

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Winter/Spring 2015Television Social Wrap-Up

Shareablee has conducted an analysis from January 1 to May 31, 2015 to measure which new winter and spring TV shows generated the most social engagement during their first season. The 2015 new U.S. Winter/Spring TV premieres garnered 44.6M total social actions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, a 175% growth over the total social actions […]

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