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Memorial Day and Fourth of July are both patriotic holidays and both included three-day weekends this year. Yet we found drastic differences in content consumption and social engagement for the holidays. We took a look at the differences, and have some useful tips for you––about when, where, and what to post for Memorial Day and Fourth of July––to inform your content strategy.
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Jimmy Fallon is one of my most favorite comedians today. His spunky demeanor, and hilarious script-writing are just elements of what makes him so successful. But his knack for understanding what his fans love to share, makes Jimmy Fallon our vote for King of Content.
Have you caught the World Cup fever? It’s the most talked about event on social this week, along with the Belmont Stakes upset, and the NBA Finals.
It’s a big day here at AddThis! Not only do all of our users get access to a new dashboard that makes it easier than ever to manage your website tools, we have new widgets and features designed to help you grow your traffic. Let’s take a look at what they are!
Mother’s Day history, Justin Timberlake’s Michael Jackson cover, and a Beyonce family feud are all part of this week’s top shared content. Take a look at what other stories people were sharing this week!
Getting more traffic is a big investment for website owners but they sometimes miss an effective method of getting there. Content recommendation widgets can maximize paid media strategies to get more followers and more pageviews to your website.
To drive traffic to their website, site owners and marketers not only need to know what time of day to post on social media, but also what type of content to post to the different audiences. Continue reading
This week we learned about UConn men and women’s basketball national titles, an online security flaw, more updates about the Malaysian Airlines plane, and sadly, Mickey Rooney’s death. We did see other popular stories sharing across the web. Here’s what trended this week.
As the world of online marketing and advertising sinks the traditional form of television, print, and radio advertising, there’s also been a shift on the web that goes more in line with its “old school” counterparts. And that is content engagement advertising.