Sharing of published content is exploding. How do you turn all those bursts of social traffic into readers and subscribers? First – how to look good on Facebook and Twitter, and encouraging shares from your site.
We look at the top 25 publishers on Twitter in June 2014, and find out what impact the World Cup had on the numbers.
We list the most successful sites on Facebook last month, with a detailed breakdown of the interactions that the top 25 publishers received in June.
Ahead of our June rankings, we explain how we compile the monthly figures, and what they mean.
Our new infographic shows the rise in sharing of news on Facebook in 2014, along with the biggest stories, sites, most popular categories, top tips, and more.
A new study of NewsWhip data reveals that sharing activity on a story within the first hour of publication can indicate exactly how viral that story is going to become over the next 24 hours.
We look at the biggest LinkedIn publishers of last month, finding huge growth in sharing activity since the start of 2014.
You’ve just signed up for Spike, a real time content discovery platform that processes social data for over 250,000 stories a day. So, what’s next?
May saw steady growth for many publishers on Twitter, with the New York Times becoming the second site globally to break the 2m monthly tweets mark. For others, it was a less noteworthy month.
We’re back with the big Facebook publishers of last month, with a detailed breakdown of the interactions that the top 25 publishers received in May.
NewsWhip tracks the spread of all content on social media. This is a frothy space, with dramatic increases in the volume of content being shared, and the corresponding traffic coming to publishers and brands from that content. Here, we try and explore where we are in the “social distribution hype cycle.”
Spike’s new video filtering system is the easiest way to find the best trending video in a digital landscape that’s creating and consuming more footage than ever.