Facebook Zero? Taking a true “portfolio” approach to social in 2015

Last year about this time (Dec 2013) Facebook signaled how things were going to change for branded organic reach over the course of the year.  It’s been interesting to watch this play out over 2014.  Facebook kicked things off with this quote at the end of 2013.

“Pages will likely see changes in distribution. For many Pages, this includes a decline in organic reach. We expect this trend to continue as the [...]

21st century magazine content discovery

Just a few years ago, it was easy to find a vast rack of magazines covering every interest niche imaginable at the big box store around the corner.  You could sit with a stack of magazines–and an overpriced coffee—and waste away the day.

Nowadays, people are spending less time at the magazine racks and more time with their mobile devices.

Quietly, Pinterest has become the (virtual) place people discover content around their interests. [...]

Snickers and Johnny (Football) Manziel team up. And YouTube viewers cheer …

September is one of my favorite months.  (American) Football season kicks-off and the weather is generally great for BBQ and games.

Snickers recently teamed up with social media star “Johnny Football” for a fun video that helped the brand perform well on YouTube over the past 31 days.

Skittles may have had more views over the past 31 days, but Snickers dominated share of ratings (29% share) in the confectionery category [...]

This chart shows how savvy brands are pulling away on social networks

Data Courtesy of eBench

Astute observers of social media understand that social networks are governed by network effects.

While studying category dynamics over at eBench, the team noticed an interesting trend happening across a variety of categories (Beauty, Prestige Autos, Food, etc.).

Network effects predicted that brand leaders don’t just grow faster, they tend to pull away from the rest of the category on social networks. 

Indeed, size explains a large amount of growth–up [...]

Grabbing those mobile ad dollars

Mobile ad revenues are exploding…

eMarketer’s latest numbers show a strong surge for mobile spending amongst advertisers.  You’ll notice that we have a clear two horse race between Facebook and Google for ad revenue share. Interestingly, Facebook is expected to take market share from Google in 2014.  And, we’re yet to feel the impact that Pinterest is going to have on overall market share once it fully launches its ad product. [...]

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