We are proud to present the very first article from Sotrender Tutorial series. As Sotrender is getting more and more sophisticated and is having more and more new features we’ve decided to start Sotrender Tutorial – an agile, helpful manual, that will allow us to explain in detail all of Sotrender functionalities.
The first episode of Sotrender Tutorial concerns our newest functionality called the Tips. It’s an innovative mechanism based on sophisticated algorithms that is a sort of a text sum up of Sotrender statistics.
Sotrender has just become integration partner of Social Platform – a British company that provides a complete ‘done for you’ social media management service. It helps to create the perfect online identity for all of the main social networks, provides web design, intuitive online applications and tailored email marketing campaigns.
As a week ago, StreetDance The Movie, managed to keep its position of the most liked film page on Facebook, having 380 081 likes. One for the Money surpassed Agent Vinod, the last week winner in highest number of engaged fans. However, when looking at percentages, Iron Sky UK is leaving the competition far behind with its 70% of engaged fans. Iron Sky UK, is notable also for obtaining the impressive score of 5819 in Relative Interactivity Index (number of activities per fan).
StreetDance The Movie the most liked.
One for the Money the best published post.
Iron Sky UK highest percentage of engaged fans.
The week 18 (30.04.2012-06.05.2012) turned out to be a week dominated by new players on UK’s Facebook Film Industry. StreetDance The Movie and Bob Marley Movie managed to effectively attract Facebook users attention. Street Dance the Movie went straight to the top of our statistics as the largest film page. Meanwhile the Bob Marley Movie, reached an incredible score of 274 of Relative Interactivity Index- that reflects fans activity on a page, while its opponents had trouble in reaching 40.
The most „liked”: StreetDance The Movie.
Revealing highest number of activities per fan: Bob Marley Movie.
Most engaging post: One for the Money.
The Hunger Games rules over British film industry on Facebook, leaving the competition far behind.
The race between film fan pages on British market is getting more and more interesting. Last weeks winner in number of likes, One for the Money has been surpassed by The Hunger Games which became the largest and the fastest growing film fan page on British market.
Wrath of Titans that had an incredible 631% increase in number of fans in last week’s report, this week didn’t even manage to land on our film fan pages ranking.