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What Day of The Week Will Your Company Be Mentioned Most? (Infographic) A company analyzed one billion online company references to answer some of your burning questions.

By Clément Delangue Edited by Dan Bova

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Every day, millions of businesses are mentioned on the web. Of course, this will only grow in the years to come.

My company, Mention, analyzed one billion instances where companies are referenced online from almost 200,000 alerts created by brands and businesses over the past two years. It was a great way to answer questions such as:

  • What is a good percentage of positive, negative and neutral mentions? (The answer may surprise you.)
  • What are the most important channels where companies are being mentioned?
  • What is the day of the week with the highest chance of being mentioned?
  • What is the average percentage of mentions that come from influencers?

Related: So, You Got Yourself a Twitter Handle. Now What?

Get the answers in this infographic:

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What Day of The Week Will Your Company Be Mentioned Most

Related: 3 Ways to Use Your Twitter Data to Beat the Competition

Clément Delangue

Chief Marketing Officer at Curioos

Clément Delangue is the chief marketing officer of Curioos. Before joining Curioos, he worked for mention, as well as eBay after being one of the first French professional sellers at age 17. He also co-founded several startups, including UniShared and VideoNot.es.

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