Cable network Bravo airs “social editions” of installments of its “Real Housewives” reality franchise, and the repeat episodes taps Facebook’s keyword insights application-programming interface, which the social network released in September, to determine what Facebook users watching the shows are talking about and incorporate that content into comments and tweets from the shows’ stars during the social episodes, Variety reported.
Cable network Bravo tapped Instagram for a campaign to promote the Nov. 7 installment of “Inside the Actors Studio,” using the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network to offer clues about which guest will sit down across from host James Lipton.
One of the most powerful questions in business is, “Would you recommend our company to a friend?” That’s what LoudDoor’s new product — Brand Satisfaction — aims to figure out, at least in terms of Facebook pages. Brand Satisfaction surveyed fans of thousands of the biggest brands on Facebook to figure out if they’d be willing to recommend the company, and then broke that data down further into purchase and like motivation.
Fans of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” can get social this Saturday, as Bravo will air social editions of both shows, encouraging viewers to react and comment on Facebook, as well as Twitter and Google Plus.