I’m decoding the success story of the week’s social medias posts

From Twitter to Facebook and Instagram, from retweets to comments, I summarize here the most successful achievements of Watch It! Do not hesitate to follow our accounts if you have not already done it in order to get our news.

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👍 Top Posts of the week 👍 :

This week we decided to put forward the biggest kickboxing event of the end of the year: King of Kings Hero’s World Series LIVE on Fight Box. For this we realized 2 Facebook posts. Furthermore we decided to share our posts on different Facebook pages and groups in order to reach kickboxing’s fans on social networks.

Fight Box — KOK:

We created a special post one day before the event. The idea is to vote with the Facebook’s reactions for our favorite bickboxers. You can vote bellow👇

Fight Box — KOK:

The day after, a few minutes before the event, we reminded our fans the beginning of the KOK hero’s World Series with this post

Twitter & Instagram:

Our weekly main topic :

We decided to talk about a different theme each week in correlation with Watch It!’s Channels. The aim of this process is to seduce and target a typical user profile. The targeting “Lifestyle” has been really efficient, the posts collected more than 370 likes in total.


Each week you can discover the best SnackGames’ trailers on our Facebook Page ! This week we decided to put forward the game Veggie Farm Match.
Don’t hesitate to like and rate this page by clicking here !


Brand discovery :

  • Reach : 274 000
  • Unique viewers : 66 500
  • New followers : 1 657

Brand awareness :

  • Persons who saw the brand Watch It : 44 000
  • Video view rate : 24%
  • 1st Watch It! logo view rate : 66%
  • Packshot view rate : 14%

Usage :

  • Sessions on the website : 110
  • Average page viewed per session : 6,25
  • Average time per session : 3,33 min (+200% than last week)

Here ends the presentation of our 2.0 week. Don’t forget to comment, like and retweet our different posts!
See you next week for more beautiful successes :)

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