This week, we take a look at some of the top social content from the past year to better understand how the biggest, boldest brands are engaging with fans.
“Once considered primarily a female-oriented social network, Pinterest is now attracting men in greater numbers… Among men, growth rates are significantly higher right now than they are for women.”
With more than 214M blogs on the network and 100B posts published per day, there’s no shortage of content on Tumblr. Now, it’s easier than ever for users to discover what they’re looking for thanks to Tumblr’s new “Explore” feature.
Let’s get to know the social side of sports. Major soccer teams like Manchester United and Real Madrid have started focusing on building a strong digital presence, knowing that virtual platforms like Instagram “offer instant and direct access to potential new supporters with the hope that these will become consumers.”
“Now that Tumblr is the fastest growing social network, with 70% of its audience in the 16-35 age bracket, how are media organizations sharing news on the site?” Let’s find out.
When Target was asked whether it would rather give up digital or TV advertising, it was a surprisingly difficult decision. So, which got the boot?
In 2014, major events weren’t just televised. They were photoshopped, tweeted, turned into animated GIFs and shared on social channels like Tumblr. Get a good laugh out of this year’s most amusing hashtags.
The end-of-year Tumblr tally is in! Check out the most talked-about video games on the platform.
Travel platform Skift calculated the top 10 travel destinations, taking into account performance and metrics across platforms like Instagram to see whether social media efforts led to a rise in engagement.
Looking to put this news to work? Download our latest guide to learn 20 different tactics for driving awareness, consideration and intent on the visual web.
Stay up to date with Curalate
Sign up to receive our updates