Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and we thought it would be fun to tap into our Audience Intelligence platform to find out more about new moms so that new dads, partners, grandparents and friends can get a leg up on finding the right way to celebrate on May 10. Here’s the scoop:
This Sunday night at 9pm ET, Game of Thrones fans (myself included) will be parked in front of their televisions, greeted with the sweet opening theme of “DUN dun dun-dun-DUN-dun…” and taken back to the Land of Westeros for the much anticipated Season 5 premiere.
And with the Internet abuzz on the subject, it presents a great opportunity for marketers and advertisers to reach this highly engaged fan base.
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Cricket flies under the radar in some countries, particularly in the Western Hemisphere, but it’s making national news throughout the mid-East, Asia, and the Pacific. Over the past few weeks, 14 of the best cricket teams in the world have gone head-to-head in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. What can we learn about cricket fans and how they share information with each other? What else drives cricket fans?
[Brand Bracket updated on April 7, 2015]
There are more than just bragging rights and a trophy at stake during March Madness this season. For major brands and advertisers, the tournament is a big opportunity to connect with a seasonal audience and increase brand engagement. For the official tournament sponsors, increasing brand engagement is especially important because the sponsorships are a big investment and thus need a big return. Continue reading
Predicting who will take home an Oscar this Sunday night at the 87th Annual Academy Awards is almost more fun than actually watching the ceremony. And based on social activity across the web, it’s clear that viewers have a lot of opinions on the matter. We analyzed social engagement and content data and discovered some interesting insights. Take a look! Continue reading
Last night, AddThis sponsored the Refresh DC Meetup where the senior design manager at Etsy, Cap Watkins, entertained a packed house with stories and lessons learned from his career in product design. Continue reading