Shareablee, a social marketing company that specializes in data, today released its brand rankings for the companies that created the best engagement via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during the third quarter. It's filled with sports players like the NFL, NBA, MLB and Bleacher Report, as well as a pseudo-sports marketer in WWE.
Mobile Facebook users may soon spend less time navigating directly to a publisher's website to check out an interesting article. Instead, they'll find some of that content posted directly to the News Feed, thanks to Facebook's new venture: Instant Articles.
Just when you thought reality TV was totally out of ideas—like completely, entirely, woefully out of ideas—Oxygen and Esquire come along with a novel pitch: two shows with the same cast on two different networks, one aimed at men and one aimed at women.
National Geographic has been doing fantastic work on Instagram for months, but its recent social video can show marketers of all stripes just how to tease a larger effort.
Benefit Cosmetics has gotten to the bottom of at least one way to rock an Instagram video—by playfully featuring the derrieres of a cute young lady in a baton twirler's outfit and a nearby muscle-bound dude taking a shower (the latter is nearly NSFW).
National Geographic is the king of the social media jungle, according to a top 10 list released by Shareablee.
While sports marketers continue to be mainstays in the Adweek/Shareablee top 10 brands on Instagram video weekly chart, Hollister is a rare retailer
While sports fans around the globe have been glued to their TV sets for the World Cup, social media marketers for FC Barcelona have made great use of the huge event to hone their Instagram video skills.
The Internet just fails to make sense sometimes, and this week's Adweek/Shareablee top 10 brands using Instagram video represents another example of its random nature.