What if front pages were selected by newspapers’ readers instead of their editors?
With the Winter Olympics well under way in Sochi, we took a look at our data from Spike to see what snow-related stories really got people sharing.
Following on from our posts on the biggest Twitter and Facebook publishers of last month, we present the biggest LinkedIn publishers of last month, from Forbes to Wired.
Following on from our January Facebook publishers rankings, here are the biggest Twitter publishers of last month, according to our Spike database.
As Facebook turns 10, we look at who’s having the most success in using the biggest social network in the world to put their content in front of eyeballs.
All the stories on NewsWhip and Spike are ranked using their current ‘social velocity’ – how many new shares they’re getting every minute. Here’s an explanation of what exactly this metric is, and why it’s important.
Following on from our look at the top Twitter and Facebook publishers of December, we now look at the sites performing strongest on LinkedIn.
Following on from our look at the biggest Facebook publishers of December, here’s NewsWhip’s chart of the biggest sites on Twitter for last month.
It’s time for NewsWhip’s monthly social publishers rankings – first we’re looking at the biggest publishers on Facebook during December.
No-one is surprised at another year of massive growth in social news. Our stats indicate a 300% year on year growth in sharing, tweeting, pinning and liking of the web’s content. Big personalities drove some big social news stories: here were the stars of the social year that was. Habemus Papam Top of the class,…
According to data from our content discovery tool Spike, the biggest publishers on Facebook get 20% of their shares from their biggest 10 stories. For this insight, we looked at November data from the top five most social publishers: the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Upworthy, CNN and the Daily Mail. For each, we calculated the percentage of their…
We investigated the length of articles that get the most shares for major publishers – and it seems long form content has a long tail.