March Madness

  • User-generated March Madness Videos Explode on Instagram

    … groups including college sports fanatics, gamers, and yes, even gamblers. Although the odds of creating a perfect bracket are against us, online content creators can still increase their chances of reaching and engaging more fans during this two-week period by posting the right content at the right time. UGC March Madness Videos on Instagram From March…

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  • Turner Extends Snapchat Partnership, Takes Aim at Millennials

    … to join the already-existing CNN channel. Snapchat’s Live Stories feature will also come into play during Turner’s coverage of sporting events including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and the PGA Championship. The two companies said they will team up on ad sales, creating “exclusive and immersive ad experiences” aimed…

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  • Pandora Reveals Most Thumbed Up Songs of 2016

    … Pandora revealed the 100 most “thumbed up” songs on its platform in 2016. Rihanna took the top place on the list, with Work (Feat. Drake). Drake’s One Dance (Feat. Wizkid and Kyla) came in second place, and another of Rihanna’s songs, Needed Me, came in third. Overall, Drake had the most songs on the list, at 14. Drake was followed by Future…

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  • 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 second weekend of the 2016 NCAA Tournament were from men, and 25 percent were from women. The most active age group was 18 through 25. 57.8 percent of all mentions were in English, followed by Spanish (14.4 percent) and Japanese (7.4 percent). Readers: Did any of you have Syracuse in your Final Four? Image courtesy of Syracuse Orange Facebook page. …

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  • Infographic: 46% of Users Will Play Mobile Games While Watching March Madness

    … Opera Mediaworks, a mobile ad platform for brands, surveyed mobile users to learn how they will use their smartphones while watching the March Madness basketball tournament. The company surveyed over 800 mobile users in the U.S., and found many will multitask while watching the games. Specifically, 46 percent of users said they will play…

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

    … by the No. 15 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders. Other findings by Synthesio included: The top hashtag used by fans discussing the action this past weekend was #marchmadness. Surprisingly, despite a plethora of upsets, #bracketbusted came in at No. 10. Three-quarters of all posts about the tournament came from men. Readers: Is your bracket busted, or did you survive? Image courtesy of Villanova Basketball Facebook page. …

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  • Facebook Catches March Madness

    … Virginia University, 101,000 Texas A&M University, 23,000 University of Utah, 18,000 No. 4 seeds, by likes: University of Kentucky, 1 million Duke University, 368,000 Iowa State University, 77,000 University of California Berkeley, 13,000 No. 5 seeds, by likes: Indiana University, 291,000 Baylor University, 147,000 University of Maryland, 51,000 Purdue University, 31,000 Readers: Which teams do you have finishing atop your brackets? …

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  • How Are Advertisers Capitalizing on March Madness?

    … In 2015, there were 11.3 million average total viewers of the NCAA’s March Madness, along with a record 80.7 million live video stream viewers. The most watched game attracted 28.3 million total viewers. If you don’t think it’s a big deal, you should try working in downtown Indianapolis this month (where our offices are)! We’ll be working from…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin How To's- 16 readers -
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