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Welcome to our official Monthly Buzz archive, showcasing top trends and content from the months gone by.
In the sixth installment of The Monthly Buzz we team up with Rise at Seven, to look at the growth of Crocs, the engagement surrounding Love Island, and the brands we're feeling most nostalgic about.
Last Updated: July 7, 2021
In the fifth installment of The Monthly Buzz we take a look at our favorite Friends, following the big reunion, and the growth / decline of different content types over time.
Last Updated: June 2, 2021
In the fourth installment of The Monthly Buzz we take a look at the % of content that is Covid-19 related, and which content format saw 1,450% growth in the last five years.
Last Updated: September 21, 2021
In the third installment of The Monthly Buzz we take a look at which type of emotion generates the most backlinks, and analyze 432m articles to work out the best day of the week to share content.
Last Updated: August 17, 2021
In the second installment of The Monthly Buzz we take a look at the increase in DIY investing since the GameStop saga, and the huge increase in content creation over the last 5 years.
Last Updated: May 6, 2021
In the very first installment of The Monthly Buzz we take a look at whether B2B content has had its day on Twitter and just how much social engagement in takes for a company to raise $1bn.