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CoPromote Community Positive Vibes!

We love positive vibes from our community members!

Tweets like this are the best proof that your social campaigns are working. Take the initiative and jumpstart a conversation with someone who has supported you. You never know where it might take you! Check out Earth Approved’s Kickstarter for an app that alerts you to toxins in your food.

And the good energy doesn’t stop there. Be sure to login or join CoPromote to be part of the good energy!

T-Pain Knows Tech (and CoPromote)

CoPromote has always known T-Pain was tech savvy. He was one of our firstBand of the Month judges when CoPromote was still Headliner.fm.

Check out this interview he did with The Verge on how tech and apps shaped his sound.

Kudos, T-Pain!

5 Good App Blogs & Year-End Statistics

In order to stay competitive, apps are constantly innovating. At times, the updates can be frustrating to members – just think back to every time Facebook updated something and hoopla that followed. It is understandable that consumers would be upset and, while there is little they can do about preventing changes in their favorite apps, there is a great way to stay on top of changes as they happen – company blogs.

Originally embraced as vehicles for self-expression, blogs were soon adopted by brands and apps as a way to tell their story and communicate with their members directly. In addition to all the tech blogs and news outlets dedicated to apps, we recommend getting your information straight from the source as well.

To help you stay on top of the inevitable changes at some of your favorite apps, here’s a short list of blogs we like and recent statistics on each one to give you a sense of why staying current is important. Most apps also offer a developersblogs for more technical information and updates.


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  • 1.01 billion daily active users on average for September 2015
  • 894 million mobile daily active users on average for September 2015
  • 1.55 billion monthly active users as of September 30, 2015
  • 1.39 billion mobile monthly active users as of September 30, 2015

Source: Facebook


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  • 320M Monthly active users
  • 1B Unique visits monthly to sites with embedded Tweets
  • 80% Active users on mobile
  • 35+ Languages supported

Source: Twitter


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  • Total number of Tumblr users: 425,000,000
  • Total number of Tumblr blogs: 219,000,000
  • Average number of new Tumblr users added daily: 120,000
  • Total number of Tumblr posts: 101,000,000,000
  • Number of monthly Tumblr visitors: 199,100,000

Source: Statistics Brain


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  • 400M+ Monthly Actives
  • 75%+ Outside The U.S.
  • 40B+ Photos Shared
  • 3.5B Likes Daily
  • 80M+ Average Photos Per Day

Source: Instagram

  • Highest brand engagement rate of all social networks: 4.21%
  • 50% of comments are posted in the first 6 hours

Source: Sprout Social


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  • 5+ billion video views every day
  • More than 60% of mobile users age 13-34 use Snapchat
  • Over 100 million daily active users

Source: Snapchat

  • Total Number of Snapchat Users: 200 million+
  • Total Number of Daily Active Snapchat Users: 100 million
  • Percentage of US Social Media users that Use Snapchat: 18%
  • Number of Snapchat users who upload photos: 65%
  • Number of Snapchat Photos and Videos uploaded per day: More than 800 million

Source: Omnicore Agency



The Gift of Giving: 5 Charity Apps We Love

“It is better to give than to receive.”

During the holiday season, most of us are scrounging up change and scrambling to buy the perfect presents for our loved ones…and even the not so loved ones. Ultimately, there’s something about the gift of giving and knowing that someone will be happy to receive it that makes us feel good inside.

We’ve gathered a list of 5 charity apps that are easy to use, and sure to give you a good feeling after you donate to a chosen cause. Best of all, you can use these apps to donate all year round! 

  1. Charity Miles: CharityMilesLogo.ashx_
    Help yourself while helping others! Download the app, walk/run/cycle, and start earning for the charity of your choice with each mile!(For more info: http://www.charitymiles.org)
  2. Share The Meal: 16eec819b92ce6f7e93e2277a6448df8
    You can donate as little as $0.50 and help feed a child.  This United Nations World Food Programme initiative is brand new, and focuses its’ primary efforts towards children in the Za’atari refugee camp in North Jordan. (For more info: https://www.sharethemeal.org/en/)
  3. GoodSAM: Goodsamapp
    This Good Samaritan influenced app is free! GoodSAM links the injured with first aid trained experts. You can sign up as an alerter (letting the experts know about an emergency/injury) or a responder (a first aid trained expert that is willing to come to the scene and help).  (For more info: https://www.goodsamapp.org)
  4. Donate A Photo: icon175x175
    Johnson & Johnson created an app where you snap a photo and send it through their system to donate $1 to a good cause or charity.  The photos are not sold or used for any promotion, other than the sole promotion of the “Donate A Photo” app. (For more info: http://www.donateaphoto.com/en_US)
  5. Snap Donate:  SnapDonate_icon-195x195
    You snap a photo of the charity logo you would like to donate to and donate!  It’s as simple as that.  Snap Donate is a charity as well, so if you feel generous you can help their cause as well. (For more info: http://snapdonate.org)


Sources: JR THORPE, http://www.bustle.com/articles/95511-7-apps-that-give-to-charity-but-dont-require-you-to-spend-a-dime

Amy Reinecke,  http://www.whitefusemedia.com/blog/our-top-5-charity-mobile-apps


Mobile Metrics: Twitter Alone vs Twitter + CoPromote

We can tell you how cross-promotion is the best way to reach new followers. We can talk about “the power of many” until the internet actually breaks. Or, we can let the data speak for itself.

Today, Twitter announced an update that lets you track engagements on their iOS app. The data’s message couldn’t be clearer: Dedicated sharing scales reach!

Now, when you boost a Tweet through CoPromote, you can easily compare the improvement between Tweeting on your own versus boosting through CoPromote’s community of content creators dedicated to sharing.

Don’t take our word for it. Boost a tweet and see for yourself.

Thanks, Twitter!

On the left, CoPromote metrics; on the right, Twitter metrics.

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