From its humble beginnings in Seattle in 2004, The Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) has become the premiere event series for the gaming community. PAX now has four yearly shows that each draw tens of thousands of attendees. We partnered with Eventbrite to cover the social media trends at PAX East, which took place in Boston […]
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On April 10, 2014, CBS announced that Stephen Colbert will be taking over for late-night veteran David Letterman some time next year. Mashwork analysts crunched the numbers on nearly 130,000 Twitter posts to see how fans reacted to the news. For now, it’s clear that Colbert will bring a slightly younger, more female demo to CBS. Time will […]
Quizzes, like those seen on BuzzFeed, have been all the rage in the first quarter of 2014. In fact, we found that 66% of BuzzFeed shares came from Quizzes. We looked at more than 300,000 tweets to find the most shared quizzes so far this year. Did you take them? And how do your results stack up?
As seen on CNBC. We’re huge fans of Twitter at Mashwork. So when we got the opportunity to work with CNBC to create an infographic about Twitter’s recent IPO, we naturally got really excited. For this infographic, we studied conversation across the social web the day before and through Twitter’s initial public offering on November […]
As seen on Mashable Here at Mashwork we have been hearing constant buzz around Netflix’s release of the entire season of House of Cards on February 1st, 2013. We wanted to fully understand what this “all in one” release meant for conversation over time and how the buzz generated by this show compared to other […]