How Audiences Share and Discuss Entertainment Content

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  • 1. How audiences share and discuss entertainment content Consumers are more likely to comment about a piece of entertainment content after they have watched, listened to or played it 89% will take action if they DID ENJOY a piece of entertainment 74% will take action if they DON’T ENJOY a piece of entertainment Use Facebook toTell a friend 66% Discuss Entertainment 53% Tell a friendTell a family member 65% Content: 51% Tell a family member 50% 58%Search for more information 33% 23% Comment about it on Facebook“Like” it on Facebook 34% 11% “Tweet” about it on TwitterShare a link about it on a social network site 26% 10% Share a link about it on a social network site“Tweet” about it on Twitter 11% 9% Write a negative review on a site (e.g. Rotten Tomatoes)“Check-in” to an app or website (e.g. GetGlue, Zeebox) 5% 5% “Check-in” to an app or website (e.g. GetGlue, Zeebox) Preferences for Interacting with Entertainment % Strongly / Somewhat Agree “I would like to use my computer to “I would like to use social networks “I would like to use my mobile phone access additional online content such as Facebook or Twitter to interact or portable device to interact with related to my entertainment” with entertainment” entertainment” 51% 36% 31% The biggest shift in preferences is being able to use social networks to interact with entertainment, such as voting on favourite contestants Audiences DO NOT like Frictionless Sharing 20% Likelihood of Using Automatic Notifications 20% Likely Neither likely or unlikely 59% Unlikely Is there an appetite for brands to automatically recommend content? Britons are more likely to find brand recommendations on a social network invasive, whereas Americans would appreciate the recommendation Data taken from Edelman Value and Engagement in an Era of Social Entertainment and Second Screens. For more info visit: www.edelmaneditions.com/2012/06/socialent/