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Photos get the Most Engagement on Twitter

Photos get the Most Engagement on Twitter image

Last week, Twitter became fully searchable. Now that about 500,000,000,000 Tweets will be searchable, we wanted to examine a representative sample of 1 million branded Tweets to see what they would look like, and how they engage Followers.

How Brands Can Get The Most Out Of LinkedIn

How Brands Can Get The Most Out Of LinkedIn image

It’s true that one can’t easily find that many data-driven studies about LinkedIn. So we went and had a look at last month’s data from the top 100 companies – not only did we come upon some interesting insights, but we also found a content gap within the professional network – a gap that Smarter Social Marketers can take advantage of.

Socialbakers Covers the Brazilian Elections on Facebook

Socialbakers Covers the Brazilian Elections on Facebook image

On October 5th, the world’s 5th largest country, 7th largest economy*, and 3rd largest Facebook market will go to the polls to vote for President, National Congress, state governors, and state legislatures. As part of Socialbakers’ global coverage of the biggest election year in history, we’ll be tracking the lead-up to the Brazilian elections on a special microsite, taking our information from the only opinion poll that really matters – Facebook.

Geeks Gone Social: Comic-Con 2014

Geeks Gone Social: Comic-Con 2014 image

In an age where technology has finally caught up with our fantasies, Hollywood seems to have found its golden goose. Comic book-based movies and series have been popping out from every direction, reeling in millions of fans and billions of dollars across the globe. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that these multi-billion dollar productions were the social media heroes at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

The World Cup & The Bite Tweeted ‘Round the World

The World Cup & The Bite Tweeted ‘Round the World image

The 2014 World Cup had some great goals, excellent ad campaigns, and one bite. On June 24th, when Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini’s left shoulder, it was the third time he had bitten an opponent during a match, and everyone - fans, FIFA, and brands - took note.