Fan Engagement Analysts
It’s in our DNA to ask questions and get a deeper understanding of your business drivers.
Our knowledge of data scientist and executive needs enables us to create credible
communication channels between the two and influence change, where change is needed.
Our Brief: To implement a best practice social media fan analytics platform to enable centralised, data-driven decision making by providing consistent, reliable data in automated, user-friendly dashboards.
Our Brief: To optimise content performance in multilingual, digital and social output by providing data-driven recommendations.
Mediacells analysed 7k twitter posts which elicited 24m engagements in March and benchmarked* the top post for each Premier League football club and ranked them accordingly. Download report now Leicester City lead an emerging trend in clubs celebrating their players’ international performance by rejoicing in Çağlar ‘ÇAĞS’ Söyüncü’s effort in the World Cup qualifiers on … Read More
This week we saw the biggest climbs from Leicester City (up 7 places to 5th), Sheffield United (up 4 places to 13th), and Crystal Palace FC (up 2 places to 17th).
Conversations around UEFA #championsleague quarter-final draws dominated the Premier League last week, echoing the emotions felt recently during the @NBA draft early entries. Liverpool Football Club move up one place to #2 after they drew Real Madrid C.F. but transglobal Merseyside social media engagement wasn’t enough to oust Chelsea, who have claimed the Twitter top … Read More
This week we saw the biggest climbs from Wolves (up 5 places to 6th), Sheffield United (up 5 places to 12th), and Brighton & Hove Albion (up 2 places to 17th). The game-changing Wolves tweet wished Rui Patrício a speedy recovery after he had collided with the kneecap of a centre-back travelling at speed. Oof.
This week we saw the biggest climbs from Southampton FC (up 4 places to 14th), Fulham Football Club (up 3 places to 12th), and Manchester United (up 2 places to 2nd).
A shuffle at the top of the engagement league elevates Chelsea top and Arsenal second. Liverpool maintain a top 3 position. The most significant movers are Sheffield United (up 6 places to 13th) and Spurs (up 4 places to 5th).