1. whitehouse:

unionmetrics:

Above: Backstage at the White House before the Q&A went live. 
Today President Obama sat down with David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, for a Q&A on education and the state of student loan debt in America. The questions themselves came from the Tumblr community; several notable Tumblr bloggers- like ilovecharts and jtotheizzoe- were asked to help curate and choose the best ones for the president to answer, and it was all streamed live on Tumblr this afternoon. 
We took a quick look at Tumblr activity around the @obamaIRL event, which has seen huge amount of engagement so far (nobody gets reblogged like the president, after all!). In the past week, there have been more than 1500 #obamaIRL posts receiving 276,000 notes from more than 259,000 unique Tumblr users. The @whitehouse’s top post about the event has already received more than 233k notes in just 24 hours!

Whoa! Thanks to everyone who participated, you guys are awesome.
Find out more about yesterday’s event — see what you missed, and check out some great resources for education and college affordability.

Reblogged by the White House!

    whitehouse:

    unionmetrics:

    Above: Backstage at the White House before the Q&A went live. 

    Today President Obama sat down with David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, for a Q&A on education and the state of student loan debt in America. The questions themselves came from the Tumblr community; several notable Tumblr bloggers- like ilovecharts and jtotheizzoe- were asked to help curate and choose the best ones for the president to answer, and it was all streamed live on Tumblr this afternoon. 

    We took a quick look at Tumblr activity around the @obamaIRL event, which has seen huge amount of engagement so far (nobody gets reblogged like the president, after all!). In the past week, there have been more than 1500 #obamaIRL posts receiving 276,000 notes from more than 259,000 unique Tumblr users. The @whitehouse’s top post about the event has already received more than 233k notes in just 24 hours!

    Whoa! Thanks to everyone who participated, you guys are awesome.

    Find out more about yesterday’s event — see what you missed, and check out some great resources for education and college affordability.

    Reblogged by the White House!

    Reblogged from: whitehouse
  2. unionmetrics:

Above: Backstage at the White House before the Q&A went live. 
Today President Obama sat down with David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, for a Q&A on education and the state of student loan debt in America. The questions themselves came from the Tumblr community; several notable Tumblr bloggers- like ilovecharts and jtotheizzoe- were asked to help curate and choose the best ones for the president to answer, and it was all streamed live on Tumblr this afternoon. 
We took a quick look at Tumblr activity around the @obamaIRL event, which has seen huge amount of engagement so far (nobody gets reblogged like the president, after all!). In the past week, there have been more than 1500 #obamaIRL posts receiving 276,000 notes from more than 259,000 unique Tumblr users. The @whitehouse’s top post about the event has already received more than 233k notes in just 24 hours!
Social media isn’t just the entertainment of the Kids Today; social platforms are powerful tools that can be used to engage and connect with the public on a level and in a way never seen before. 

(Gif source: x) 
To paraphrase one American state university in particular, what starts here can change the world. 

    unionmetrics:

    Above: Backstage at the White House before the Q&A went live. 

    Today President Obama sat down with David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, for a Q&A on education and the state of student loan debt in America. The questions themselves came from the Tumblr community; several notable Tumblr bloggers- like ilovecharts and jtotheizzoe- were asked to help curate and choose the best ones for the president to answer, and it was all streamed live on Tumblr this afternoon. 

    We took a quick look at Tumblr activity around the @obamaIRL event, which has seen huge amount of engagement so far (nobody gets reblogged like the president, after all!). In the past week, there have been more than 1500 #obamaIRL posts receiving 276,000 notes from more than 259,000 unique Tumblr users. The @whitehouse’s top post about the event has already received more than 233k notes in just 24 hours!

    Social media isn’t just the entertainment of the Kids Today; social platforms are powerful tools that can be used to engage and connect with the public on a level and in a way never seen before. 

    (Gif source: x

    To paraphrase one American state university in particular, what starts here can change the world. 

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
  3. unionmetrics:

Nobody gets reblogged like President Obama does. Are you watching his Tumblr Q&A? 

So very cool.

    unionmetrics:

    Nobody gets reblogged like President Obama does. Are you watching his Tumblr Q&A

    So very cool.

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
  4. Current status. Thanks, jcsalterego!

    Current status. Thanks, jcsalterego!

  5. whitehouse:

    The President is answering your questions tomorrow, and it will be awesome. Tune in Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET on whitehouse.tumblr.com.

    You know, if you’re hip to all these things.

    Love this. Looking forward to tomorrow!

    Reblogged from: whitehouse
  6. We really do make some damn fine visualizations at Union Metrics. Pretty AND smart. 

    Top: Union Metrics for Instagram hashtag optimization chart
    Bottom: Union Metrics for Tumblr reblog tree

  7. miss-love:

small-flower-prince:

dreadpiratecherry:

gentlemanbones:





I have no idea what’s going on


If you don’t understand this post you haven’t been on the internet long enough

A snake, a snake!

    miss-love:

    small-flower-prince:

    dreadpiratecherry:

    gentlemanbones:

    I have no idea what’s going on

    If you don’t understand this post you haven’t been on the internet long enough

    A snake, a snake!

    Reblogged from: ryanhatesthis
  8. unionmetrics:

Friday Reads. A quick collection of the best things we’ve been reading this week. 
10 Kinds of Stories to Tell with Data by Tom Davenport [Harvard Business Review] 
We tell better stories when we know what kind of story we’re telling, and we have to find the best way to present data in narrative form to non-analytical people.  
The Surprising Data Behind How Often Brands Should Post On Instagram by Jeff Bercovici [Forbes] 
Brands can post more often than they think, if they can keep it up. Want more data behind how brands can effectively use Instagram? Download our full whitepaper and check out our full range of tips and best practices. 
10 Actionable Research Based Instagram Marketing Tips from Heidi Cohen 
Pairs well with the above. 
Got any good reads we missed?

    unionmetrics:

    Friday Reads. A quick collection of the best things we’ve been reading this week. 

    We tell better stories when we know what kind of story we’re telling, and we have to find the best way to present data in narrative form to non-analytical people.  

    Brands can post more often than they think, if they can keep it up. Want more data behind how brands can effectively use Instagram? Download our full whitepaper and check out our full range of tips and best practices

    Pairs well with the above. 

    Got any good reads we missed?

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
  9. nicconoh:

sounds like a challenge

    nicconoh:

    sounds like a challenge

    Reblogged from: ilovecharts
  10. unionmetrics:

    A few screenshots from our new Union Metrics for Instagram analytics. Want to learn more? Take a look at our website or join us for a webinar this afternoon

    Check out our new, beautiful Instagram analytics! 

    Reblogged from: unionmetrics
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