The Ad Makeover application from Dove blows away the competition among apps from brands on Facebook in terms of monthly active users, far outdistancing the second-place app, Windows 8 from Microsoft, according to a new report on brand apps from social benchmarking platform Unmetric.
Facebook loves the Harlem Shake, and we don’t just mean the company’s employees. Various renditions of the dance are plentiful both on YouTube and Facebook. Unmetric and the Shorty Awards recently took a look at how the Harlem Shake spread throughout both sites in an infographic, posted on Mashable. While Jeff Gordon’s version rocked YouTube, the dances done by Lego, Beats by Dre, and Nerium Int. were among the most popular on Facebook.
Unlike General Motors, many automotive brands have been supportive of marketing via Facebook, and it shows. New statistics from social benchmarking platform Unmetric show that Audi and Mercedes Benz USA have been two of the most effective automotive companies on Facebook, while Infiniti is the fastest-growing car company on the social network.
Budweiser bills itself as the “King of Beers,” and when it comes to Facebook engagement for advertisers during Super Bowl XLVII, according to a study by analytics outfit Unmetric, it was also the ruler, followed closely by sister brew Bud Light.
Candy brands have a sweet tooth for Facebook, as it is by far their social network of choice, with most of them having little presence on Twitter, YouTube, or Pinterest, but which ones are using Facebook most effectively? Analytics outfit Unmetric performed a taste test.
We’ve established that restaurants and other food-based businesses can boost engagement by posting delicious photos on Facebook. Several pages do this, but who does it best? The recently released Unmetric Fast Food Report shows that Burger King and McDonald’s excel on Facebook.