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We spend the week reading the best things we can get our eyeballs on and on Fridays we share them here with you. Read anything good that we missed? Share it with us on Twitter or give us your thoughts at @UnionMetrics. On platform updates and new features Facebook changed their algorithm- yes, again- to concentrateMore

We spend the week reading the best things we can get our eyeballs on and on Fridays we share them here with you. Read anything good that we missed? Share it with us on Twitter or give us your thoughts at @UnionMetrics. On video content marketing, from Facebook to Snapchat Seth Godin covers Using video wellMore

The Week in Social Analytics #113

It’s Friday, so that means it’s time for This Week in Social Analytics and our favorite posts of the past week in the world of measurement, analytics, and social media. See a great piece we missed? Link to it in the comments, or tell us about it on Twitter or Facebook. 10 very cool examples of experiential marketing [from Econsultancy; writtenMore

The big winner at the Super Bowl? #EsuranceSave30

Just after the Super Bowl last night, online insurance company Esurance aired the first post-game commercial, saving 30% on their ad. (Quite the bargain at ~1.5 million dollars off the 4 million dollar game-time price!)  Esurance spokesperson John Krasinski told viewers that Esurance was passing these savings onto them: Someone who tweeted using the hashtagMore

TweetReach Tip: Measuring the results of a Twitter contest

If you’re running a contest and using TweetReach to track it, you’ll want to take a look at this post so you don’t miss any of the tweets you want to capture. For best results, we have a few suggestions. Keep your original tweet short (120 characters or less) and unique, and use hashtags andMore

Tracking and planning a Twitter contest using TweetReach

Twitter contests can be a great way to engage with fans and followers of your brand, and hopefully also attract new ones. You won’t know how successful you were, however, unless you take some steps to set things up before you kick things off. (If that’s not you and you’re here hoping for a wayMore