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Being data nerds, we realized that we couldn’t just watch the Grammys without digging a little deeper into the question on FanBridge’s mind.

What’s the social media value of a Grammy award?

We looked at last night’s biggest categories to figure out who showed the greatest lift in Facebook Likes. Twitter followers, and YouTube views (for song-oriented awards). Artists with asterisks next to their name also performed on the show.

Album of the Year

21 - Adele*

Facebook: 1.05% (+187,656)
Twitter: 5.33% (+196,690)


Wasting Light
 - The Foo Fighters*
Facebook: 0.3% (+18,322)
Twitter: 2.25% (+13,728)


Born This Way
 - Lady Gaga
Facebook: 0.07% (+35,598)
Twitter: 0.24% (+45,683)


Doo-Wops & Hooligans
 - Bruno Mars*
Facebook: 0.37% (+68,620)
Twitter: 0.56% (+39,355)


Loud
 - Rihanna*
Facebook: 0.1% (+49,515)
Twitter: 0.56% (+74,229)

Record of the Year

“Rolling in the Deep” -Adele*

Facebook: 1.05% (+187,656)
Twitter: 5.32% (+196,690)
YouTube: 0.34% (+772,108)

 

“Holoscene” – Bon Iver

Facebook: 0.59% (+6,043)
Twitter: 6.11% (+10,473)
YouTube: 4.23% (+94,246)

 

“The Cave” – Mumford & Sons

Facebook: 0.13% (+3,255)
Twitter: N/A
YouTube: 0.67% (+21,929)

 

“Grenade” – Bruno Mars*
Facebook: 0.37% (+68,620)
Twitter: 0.56% (+39,255)
YouTube: 0.11% (+274,387)

 

“Firework” – Katy Perry*

Facebook: 0.06% (+25,048)
Twitter: 0.02% (+2,736)
YouTube: 0.1% (+235,907)
Adele wins both categories in Facebook Likes with a 1.05% increase, but surprisingly Bon Iver, who won Best New Artist, attracted big increases on Twitter and YouTube.

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