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2018 Academy Awards

With awards season well underway, we’re keeping tabs on this year’s Best Picture nominees on social media. Keep up with us all the way to the big night to see if we predicted the winner!
Following our week 1 analysis, Dunkirk still leads the pack in social media engagement and box office revenue with Get Out close behind in revenue and Facebook likes.



While it would take some massive growth to catch up to Christopher Nolan & Jordan Peele’s cinematic juggernauts, we’ve noticed some fairly significant growth in the past week. Call Me By Your Name saw a substantial boost on social media, gaining 17% in Facebook likes along with 23% follower growth on Instagram, a 22% boost in followers on Twitter and 15% more trailer views on Youtube. Meanwhile, Phantom Thread received a whopping 52% growth in box office revenue since last week.

Box Office

While the nominees are still raking in cash and heating up on social media, is it enough to predict a winner? Check back next Friday as we continue our competition!

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2018 Academy Awards

Oscar season is here once again! We’ll be keeping track of the social & revenue growth for each of this year’s Best Picture nominees up to the big night in March. We’ll be updating each Friday to see who’s gaining buzz & revenue from a nomination and find out if we can predict which film will take home the Academy Award!
And the nominees are…
Call Me By Your Name
Darkest Hour
Get Out
Lady Bird
Phantom Thread
The Post
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards

In the first week, here’s what we’ve tracked so far:
Oscar week 1

Check in next week for more updates!

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search & manage unsubscribers

There’s never a good time to say goodbye. But sometimes subscribers choose to say good bye to your emails by opting out of your mailing list. Luckily, our Search and Manage page can help take the guesswork out of why your fans are unsubscribing!

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With Search and Manage, you can figure out exactly who unsubscribed from your list and when they did it. Let’s say, for example, there’s a large amount of unsubscriptions in one day from a custom sending group. You could search for unsubscribers on that date and find out what happened. Perhaps the subscribers opted out due to an ineffective campaign sent that day.

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Search and Manage also tracks the status of an unsubscription. Did the subscriber opt out or had their address been deactivated recently? Perhaps you’ll find some recent unsubscriptions were from old, invalid emails you haven’t sent campaigns to in a while.
You could even gain a stronger understanding of the average subscriber lifetime for your list. Cross reference recent unsubscribes with when those contacts initially joined your list to get an idea of how long fans usually stick around on your mailing list.
Keep an even closer eye on your campaigns and make each and every email count. Check out our Search and Manage page, and keep your subscribers where they are!


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