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Nanigans Receives “Hottest Boston Company” Award

Nanigans is excited to announce being a recipient of Lead411′s 2012 ‘Hottest Boston Company’ award. Lead411 conducts research on the fastest growing technology companies in the United States, for customers like Gartner and ADP. Their city-by-city ‘Hot List’ awards were created to recognize quickly growing companies in this space. In Boston, a pool of 1776 local companies from the software, wireless, hardware, internet and media industry were researched in the process. That list was narrowed down to just 62 award […]

Final Four Weekend: It’s a Kentucky Nation on Facebook [Infographic]

With this weekend’s Final Four match ups between Kentucky and Louisville as well as Kansas and Ohio State in mind, we decided to dig into the buzz surrounding each team, their coaches, and top players on Facebook. We tapped our Facebook advertising software, Ad Engine, for the data, and found that Kentucky trumps in popularity in every category we examined. We took this a step further, identifying which team each state is cheering for this weekend. We compiled the results in the following infographic: We […]

Facebook’s Social Business Blueprints

Following the success of their fMC event earlier this month, Facebook released two white papers (commissioned by Forrester Research) to empower marketers to approach social more strategically, and which highlight how paid media fuels social momentum. Facebook introduces the white papers by underscoring that 95% of VP and C-level marketers believe we live in a connected world, “where people are connected to the things they care about through social media.” The implications of this for businesses? Traditional, one-way, push marketing […]

NCAA March Madness on Facebook: Which Bracket is Most Popular?

March Madness has arrived—the time when Bracketology becomes an accepted form of science. Analysts and fans alike continue their last minute dissections, searching for something that could signal an upset (we’re looking at you Syracuse). Users of Facebook are no different, taking to the platform in hordes to discuss each team and hurl a few well placed insults at their peers from other schools. Freecast has taken advantage of the interest on Facebook, and partnered with TNT, TBS, TruTV and […]

Kony 2012 on Facebook: Breaking Down Invisible Children’s Reach

Over the past week, Facebook, blogs and the twittesphere have all been buzzing about Invisible Children’s new viral video campaign, Kony 2012. The Invisible Children non-profit began with a simple, but difficult concept — make people care about Joseph Kony, the Ugandan warlord who routinely kidnaps and uses child soldiers to maintain his power. The organization’s campaign goal was clear: make Kony famous (or rather, infamous) by creating a video so compelling, that hundreds of thousands of people would join the cause. One […]