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Movies At The Big Game
Way To Blue is a global communications agency, specialising in Social and PR for the Entertainment Industry. Following the Superbowl yesterday, we analysed all English-language Twitter conversations about the film trailers created for the ad breaks this year, to see which trailers had the biggest impact and influence. Insights:
All trailers generated a huge amount of Twitter conversation. With around two tweets a second throughout Big Game Day
Fast and Furious 6 generated the highest level of social buzz and the highest increase of people stating they intended to watch the film after seeing the trailer.
All trailers lead to an increase in people saying they wanted to watch the movies and an increase in the volume of Facebook fans on the official film pages. Many of the ads included Twitter hashtags. Fast and Furious 6 and Iron Man 3 ads included a Facebook call to action.
The small print – our methodology
We used Sysomos and Topsy to aggregated and analyze Twitter conversation and compared data on game day to that of the previous day. Buzz volumes were calculated as a straight comparison of game day to that of the previous day; sentiment represents a percentage of all Twitter conversation that indicated a positive, negative or neutral inclination on Game Day; Propensity To View represents the percentage growth in conversations indicating a propensity to view each film from Game Day compared to the previous day, Facebook fan growth represents the increase of Likes each film page received on game day to that of the previous day. We’ve also added a gender breakdown.
 
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Movies At The Big Game

Way To Blue is a global communications agency, specialising in Social and PR for the Entertainment Industry. Following the Superbowl yesterday, we analysed all English-language Twitter conversations about the film trailers created for the ad breaks this year, to see which trailers had the biggest impact and influence. Insights:

  • All trailers generated a huge amount of Twitter conversation. With around two tweets a second throughout Big Game Day
  • Fast and Furious 6 generated the highest level of social buzz and the highest increase of people stating they intended to watch the film after seeing the trailer.
  • All trailers lead to an increase in people saying they wanted to watch the movies and an increase in the volume of Facebook fans on the official film pages. Many of the ads included Twitter hashtags. Fast and Furious 6 and Iron Man 3 ads included a Facebook call to action.

The small print – our methodology

We used Sysomos and Topsy to aggregated and analyze Twitter conversation and compared data on game day to that of the previous day. Buzz volumes were calculated as a straight comparison of game day to that of the previous day; sentiment represents a percentage of all Twitter conversation that indicated a positive, negative or neutral inclination on Game Day; Propensity To View represents the percentage growth in conversations indicating a propensity to view each film from Game Day compared to the previous day, Facebook fan growth represents the increase of Likes each film page received on game day to that of the previous day. We’ve also added a gender breakdown.

 

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