Where The Smart Money Will Flow (Part 1)

If you would like your brand to thrive in 2021, lean into these marketing trends. Below is part 1, click HERE for part 2.

Sources: (1) Socialtyze 2020 (2) Facebook 2018 (3) Business Insider 2020 (4) Marketing Hub 2018 (5) Livestream.com 2018 (6) Accenture 2018

Read more>>

Immunity Boost Festival: A Livestreaming Music & Health Festival

Socialtyze ended 2019 saying we couldn’t wait to tell magical stories in 2020. Boy, were we surprised by how much the world would need them.In our darkest moments we are most in need of magic and inspiration, which we believe can come from anywhere. As such, earlier this year we set out to do what we feel we do best: inspire and empower people to live their best lives — and introduce them to products and services along the way.With the support of Gibson, Thrive Market, Veggie Grill, and ElliptiGO, we conceived and launched the Immunity Boost Platform, a health and wellness concept designed to provide Inspiration for a Healthier World. We launched the platform with the creation of The Immunity Boost Festival, a livestreaming event that is taking place now through this Sunday on Facebook and Instagram.

We believe that Health = Wealth & Happiness, and the benefits of healthy living are clear. Research has shown that vitality is directly correlated to happiness and financial success. We also know that the equation for healthy living is simple:

  • Eat well
  • Sleep well
  • Exercise frequently

Unfortunately, as a country we are failing ourselves when it comes to health. Only 20% of Americans meet recommended physical fitness levels, and by 2030, half of American adults are expected to be obese.* The U.S. is only the 18th happiest and 35th healthiest country in the world. Finland and Denmark are the happiest, while Spain and Italy are the healthiest. And 60% of the happiest countries on earth are also the healthiest.**Socialtyze decided to make a difference by inspiring Americans to live healthier lives both during and after the pandemic. The Immunity Boost Festival consists of three core elements 1) highly inspirational, purpose-driven people 2) the power of social media, and 3) the ongoing rise in livestreaming.Our platform includes 200 influential and inspirational personalities who are passionate about changing the current health epidemic. Many incredibly healthy musicians have joined world-class health experts and fitness pros to inspire change.These passionate people include Snoop Dogg, A$AP Rocky, and Steve Aoki as part of the overall platform and for the current festival we are featuring Ziggy Marley, Colbie Caillat, Mark Pontius of Foster The People and others — all of whom are incredibly mindful of what they eat and how often they exercise.

A Special Live Performance and DiscussionwithZiggy Marley and Gold Medalist, Asafa Powell

Health and fitness experts in the platform include Dean Karnazes, “one of fittest men on the planet,” according to Men’s Fitness; Asafa Powell, an Olympic gold medalist in the 100m dash; as well as a wide range of doctors; nutritionists; and experts in food, medicine and wellness.

Fueling Success

How Jesse Itzler's Diet and Exercise Routines Fuels His Success

Join us at the Immunity Boost Festival to gain inspiration for a healthier world and explore a wealth of knowledge about food, health strategies, and fitness routines. The event runs now through 10/11--for the full schedule, please visit at immunityfest.com/schedule.

Cross-Training Exercises withOne of the Fittest Men on the PlanetPresented by ElliptiGO

Colbie CaillatSunday Brunch with Colbie Caillat and Veggie Grill

See you at the festival. If you’d like to learn more about being a sponsor or joining our platform as a talent, please contact us at Sean@Socialtyze.com.

Sources

* Health and Economic Burden of the Projected Obesity Trends in the USA and the UK. The Lancet; 2011.** U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Healthy People 2020 World Happiness Report, 2020 and Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index

Read more>>

The Great American Takeout

Support The Great American Takeout

Join Socialtyze in supporting #TheGreatAmericanTakeout to help our restaurant friends during this difficult time.A coalition of restaurants including Panera Bread, Veggie Grill, The Habit Burger Grill, Lemonade and many others are asking Americans to join in on The Great American Takeout today, March 24th. During this time you're encouraged to order at least one meal for pick-up or delivery to show support for your restaurant community.COVID-19 has posed an existential threat to an industry that employs more than 15 million people across the United States. Dine-in is no longer an option, so ordering for pick-up or delivery is a way to support the people who work at the restaurants in your area. On March 17th, the FDA.gov and CDC stated there is little evidence that the Virus can be transmitted through food or packaging.Here's how you can join in on The Great American Takeout TODAY!

  1. Post to your social media and encourage your friends and followers to take part in #TheGreatAmericanTakeout.
  2. You can screenshot this graphic and use it to promote #thegreatamericantakeout
  1. When you pick-up or receive your meal, take a picture of it and tag the restaurant and use the hashtag #thegreatamericantakeout

We are all in this together and we can all do our part to help each other out. We hope you stay encouraged to continue supporting your local restaurants and their employees by ordering for delivery or take-out in the weeks and months to come.For more information on The Great American Takeout, click here.

Read more>>

DemDebate Social Buzz Infographic

Socialtyze’s Data Scientists used NetBase to analyze over 1 MM social media mentions to see what America was saying during the Democratic Debate last night. Biden took the night in terms of total volume of comments, which is the leading indicator for positive momentum. The sentiment for Sanders, however, was better by a 10-point margin.

ith the primaries moving to AZ, FL, IL, and OH on 3/17 and then to GA on 3/24, we looked at sentiment in those states which Sanders took by a healthy margin. Older voters, 55+, made up one-third of the social chatter with 18-34 year olds representing 28%. Sanders will clearly need to do a better job of activating the younger voters if he is going to make up ground. Not surprisingly, "Coronavirus" followed by "Health Care" were the leading topics of discussion in social followed by "The Economy" and "Climate Change".

Read more>>

Democratic Debate - Who Won On Social Media?

Democratic Debate-Final
Read more>>

Socialtyze - All Rights Reserved 2021