Metropolitan Museum Of Art

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … Ariana Grande, 90.2 million Beyoncé, 89.2 million Kim Kardashian, 88.2 million Cristiano Ronaldo, 82.8 million Kylie Jenner, 80 million Dwayne Johnson, 71.5 million Nicki Minaj, 69.4 million Kendall Jenner, 69.2 million And the celebrities who gained the most followers in 2016 were: Selena Gomez, more than 50 million Cristiano Ronaldo, more than…

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  • How to Love Facebook Live

    … to offering a behind-the-scenes tour of new exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since Facebook Live became more widely available in April, I’m already seeing some big-time successes, but also failures, such as BuzzFeed‘s technology-marred interview with President Barack Obama. Here are some lessons to learn from how brands succeed with Facebook…

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  • Facebook Live All Dressed Up for Met Gala

    … By David Cohen on May. 4, 2016 - 5:00 PM The annual Met Gala in New York Monday night, benefiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was all over Facebook Live. The social network’s live-video-streaming feature was used by the museum itself, as well as by media outlets including MTV, Harper’s Bazaar, The New York Times, E!, New York Magazine’s The Cut, Vogue, Us Weekly, Elle, People, Teen Vogue and The Zoe Report: Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Which Brands Create the Most Contagious Content on Social?

    … on Facebook and Twitter, based on their high scores. For example, Taco Bell was the best performing quick serve restaurant on Twitter, due in no small part for the Internet’s love of the Taco Bell Twitter account. Highly shareable content that tugs on the heartstrings can also lend a high contagion score, as seen on Facebook with the Humans of New York series receiving the top marks in the arts and humanities category. Top image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Museums, the Next Media Companies

    … When the Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired Charles Le Brun’s 17th century painting “A Portrait of Everhard Jabach and Family” from a private English collector late last year, it made headlines in The New York Times. In the past, this would’ve been the end of the famous painting’s story—but things are a bit different nowadays at America’s…

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