Ranjani Raghupathi
Jul 14, 2016

Engagement Meter: The week's top brand posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Curated by Unmetric, the weekly Engagement Meter shows the region's top-performing brand posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. See how brands including Uber, McDonald's, Audi, Lego, Renault and Sony made an impression.

Engagement Meter: The week's top brand posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Unmetric, a social media intelligence firm focused on brands, uses its analytics platform to uncover the top performing campaigns, content and videos in the APAC region. Unmetric's Engagement Score rates each piece of content from 0 to 1000 depending on the amount of user interactions, which allows easy comparison of content regardless of the number of fans or followers a brand has. For the weekly Engagement Meter feature, Unmetric curates the list to pick the most creative, innovative or unusual initiatives. Here is a roundup of a few of the best in the period of 4 through 10 July.


1. Audi Malaysia
Engagement Score – 1,000

2. Uber India
Engagement Score – 1,000

3. Hutch SriLanka
Engagement Score – 1,000

4. Crocs Thailand
Engagement Score – 1,000

5. Lego Singapore
Engagement Score – 1,000



6. McDonald's Philippines
Engagement Score – 1,000


7. SetWet India
Engagement Score – 1,000


8. Tanishq India
Engagement Score – 1,000


9. Sony Music Singapore
Engagement Score – 1,000


10. DHFL India
Engagement Score – 1,000



11. Renault India
Engagement Score – 952


12. Johnnie Walker India
Engagement Score – 853


13. Amul India
Engagement Score – 787


14. ICICI Lombard India
Engagement Score – 730


15. Koovs Fashion India
Engagement Score – 709


Crushin' on this boy forever!???? Happy birthday @ranveersingh ?? #happybirthday #ranveersingh #KOOVS

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Ranjani Raghupathi is marketing executive at Unmetric. You can follow her on Twitter @ranjanithinks.


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