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Introducing Snapchat Analytics – Excel Template Beta 1.0 by Crowdbabble

By | Snapchat, Snapchat Analytics, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Social Media ROI, Uncategorized | One Comment

Marketers crave access to more and more Snapchat data, but the only people who have access to this goldmine of user data is Snapchat themselves. This represents a missed opportunity. While Snapchat is an excellent platform for marketers to engage with users, marketers are unable to obtain metrics to justify the time and effort they spend pushing out exclusive content. Not only does this prevent marketers from determining their Return on Investment (ROI) on Snapchat, but also makes it difficult to evaluate the type of content that best resonates with followers. These unanswered questions only make it difficult for marketers…

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2013 NBA Finals: Real-Time Facebook Battle

By | Facebook Analytics, Real-Time Analytics, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Measurement, Sports, Uncategorized | No Comments

A couple of weeks ago we introduced the Facebook Real-Time Monitor. Then we had some fun with it by putting together the NBA Facebook Battle. Now, we’ve put together a special version for the 2013 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. Check out the 2013 NBA Finals Real-Time Facebook Battle and see how the series plays out in real-time!

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NBA Real-Time Facebook Analytics

NBA Real-Time Facebook Battle

By | Facebook Analytics, Real-Time Analytics, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Measurement, Social Media ROI, Sports, Uncategorized | No Comments

The 2013 NBA Playoffs are in full swing. There’s no better time of the year to be an NBA fan than during the playoffs. The lights are brighter. The fans are louder. The pace is faster. Social media is also much louder. To see how the conversation plays out on Facebook, we put together the NBA Real-Time Facebook Battle. Here we look at the Miami Heat vs. the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals. During the last 24 hours, we can see that the Miami Heat Facebook Fans are completely dominating the Indiana Pacers Facebook Fans. Between the 2 official…

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