College Basketball

  • Top 10 Media Publishers, April 2016: The Dodo Soars

    … percent growth in April, with actions on video increasing 23 percent compared to March. Bleacher Report’s highest engaged posts were topped by videos of Villanova University’s upset at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament final, as well as a feature of Baylor University football player LaQuan McGowan. BuzzFeed’s Tasty saw…

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  • Syracuse Stuns College Basketball Fans, Social Networks

    … The Syracuse University Orangemen became the first No. 10 seed in an NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament to reach the Final Four, sending social networks into a frenzy. Social media intelligence platform Synthesio found that Syracuse was the topic of 31.5 percent of March Madness-related mentions, more than triple the 9.58…

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  • March Madness, Week 1: Villanova Tops Teams in Buzz

    … The Wildcats of Villanova University were the most-buzzed-about team during the opening weekend of the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament, according to data from social media intelligence platform Synthesio. Michigan State University was next up, but for the wrong reasons, as the No. 2 seed Spartans were upset…

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  • Facebook Catches March Madness

    … Facebook is embracing March Madness, with temporary custom frames for profile pictures for teams in the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament highlighting its efforts. The social network said it worked with the NCAA’s social media and digital team to design the custom frames, and fans can search for their teams here…

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  • That Team You Love To Hate Is #MarchMadness’ Most Socially Engaged School

    …, these are the engagement rates for media accounts owned by brands in 2015: Facebook: 0.2 percent Instagram: 2.261 percent Twitter: 0.02 percent And now for college basketball teams: Facebook: 0.9 percent Instagram: 6.2 percent Twitter: 0.3 percent Here’s a look at the full bracket, which might be a contender if you’re looking for some last-minute picks: Readers: Who is your March Madness pick? Image courtesy of Duke Basketball on Facebook. …

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