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Valentine's gets a brief mention in the midst of chocolate, watches and shoes in our weekly showcase of The Dachis Group's Social Business Index.
Our focus is on three companies – The Swatch Group, Foot Locker and Ferrero International known for the popular chocolate spread, Nutella - as analyzed by the team at the Dachis Group.
We'll also take a glimpse at the top twenty brands on the Social Business Index, a real-time ranking of more than 30,000 global brands based on their performance in the social space, to see how the biggest brands in social are faring.
The Swatch Group
Analyzed by Lauren Picarello
The Swatch Group isn’t hiding anything this week as it continues to ramp up efforts across the globe to promote its “True love has nothing to hide” Valentine’s Day campaign (and exclusive heart watch to match). And Swatch is truly global in its efforts -- in countries where the love holiday isn’t celebrated (like Taiwan), the brand is focusing on the Chinese New Year.
Analyzed by Lizzie Steen
‘Michael Jordan Mondays’ is Foot Locker’s big weekly Facebook post. Celebrity partnerships are a known quantity in big brand social programs: they just work. In this case, Foot Locker’s social performance was boosted up because of MJ related posts. These have consistently produced upwards of 30,000 likes throughout the series of promotions.
This week’s MJ post was particularly impressive and received 37,240 likes, 1,638 shares and 384 comments. The comments are amusing, ranging from reflections about MJ’s career to blissful exclamation of praise (followers will post his initials in isolation — MJ).
By associating Foot Locker’s image with Michael Jordan’s, the company creates a connection to MJ’s enduring legacy.
Analyzed by Lizzie Steen
Mondays are hard for all of us. Yet Ferrero International, the Italian chocolate manufacturer, managed to make the day a little less dismal with a Facebook post improving the start of the workweek. By combining positive reinforcement (being able to eat Nutella) with waking up, Nutella made 6,790 people get out of bed or at least post on Facebook.
The image featured a jar of everyone’s beloved hazelnut spread on a pillow with the headline: Wake-up Tip n09. With 168 comments and 619 shares, Nutella managed to inspire followers and initiate discussion.