Keyhole continues to grow as the number one hashtag analytics and account tracking tool, and we’re pleased to announce these new features for Follower Insights.
We may know it as the season to be jolly, but for advertisers the holidays are a time of cutthroat competition.
Blockbuster-quality seasonal ads are part of a longstanding tradition, with many companies investing millions of dollars each year (just look at retailer John Lewis, who spent $8.7m on their 2015 slot alone). Ultimately, they know it’s a smart investment: the National Retail Federation predicts this year’s holiday spending to exceed $650 billion in the US alone, and the right ad can be key to directing those funds your way.
2016 saw an impressive number of holiday ads go viral, with contributions coming from seasoned veterans (we’re looking at you, John Lewis) and newcomers (well-played, Allegro) alike. To see how this year’s ads stacked up, we used Keyhole to dig into what the people of Twitter have to say. Instead of focusing on view count, we decided to rank the Top 7 ads based on social buzz (and we’re glad we did – take a look at #4!)
A coach and consultant for businesses looking to strengthen their presences on social media, she’s lectured at schools and spoken at events such as South by Southwest (SXSW) and Social Media Marketing World (SMMW).
Companies that aren’t seeing results on Twitter — or are new and struggling with the platform — shouldn’t give up on it. Instead, they may need to focus more on business-oriented Twitter uses.
Is your company pushing for rapid Twitter growth?
It’s what many small and medium businesses look to do when using social media to help level the competition against big rivals.
A quick browse through your Twitter feed will show that people don’t always flock to companies for information about their products and services. Instead, they’re seeking influencers – popular, personable and independent content creators who aren’t afraid to share opinions on social media.
And the statistics paint a clear picture why.
Using hashtags effectively goes beyond casually plugging them into your tweets and posts.
On platforms such as Twitter and Instagram, calculated hashtag marketing can boost impressions, make your content more searchable and encourage users to talk about your brand. That’s why learning how to leverage tagged topics should be a priority for marketers.
Christmas for most is presents and jingles, but for social media marketers, it’s a season of frenzy. Social media is brand’s top choice to engage and celebrate holiday season with their customers. Here’s Keyhole’s roundup of the most noteworthy christmas hashtag campaigns.
Fashion industry have it easy when it comes to social media campaigns. They have so much more colour, shapes, and glamour to work with than other industries. Grabbing this congenital opportunity, fashion brands have all started launching social media campaigns throughout the decade. Here’s a list of the 10 best fashion social media campaigns proven by their successful results.
The first time you attend a dinner party can be very nerve wrecking. Should I bring anything? Where should I sit? What if I don’t like the food? Is it polite to ask for seconds?
This experience is similar to someone attending your Twitter chat for the first time. Like any other host, you want to make sure that your guests feel prepared, welcomed, and relaxed.