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The management of the page by our Head of Social Media Adam Gassman had much to do with it as well as the increased focus on video over the summer. We brought in and signed awesome talent like Soren&Jolles.

We had — and still have — the most viewed video Huff Post has ever shared on their Facebook page at over 100,000,000 views. Our video content became after we brought on Skylar Wesby as the Lead Video Editor/Producer that we began to battle with 3rd party viral video licensing vultures, er, companies. Pixable’s development and product teams lead by VP of Engineering Juan Soprano and VP of Product Peter Espersen did incredible work in customizing our content management system from scratch.

That’s nearly double what Buzzfeed’s Obama video has. They were able to handle traffic blasts of up to 38,000 people on the site at once whenever an influencer would share a post, build and continually improve user experience, launch an absolutely wonderful and easy to use content creation tool, continuously improve the functionality of our app and are genuinely fantastic to work with people who know how to get stuff done.

But what really stood out to me after I finished speaking was how much we’ve accomplished at Pixable. Unfortunately, circumstances (unrelated to everything that follows) made it difficult to raise money and continue on. But we’re going out Purely looking at numbers, since CEO Andy Volanakis brought me on in January 2014 we pivoted a company from an app-focused social photo aggregation tool that scraped APIs of Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Youtube with a focus on an international demographic and turned it — in under two years — into a media product focused on a US demographic of 18–34 year old millennials. We did this all while focusing on the importance of the engagement as a metric over that of banner ad impressions. Ask yourself when was the last time you even noticed a banner ad.

I was able to speak as an authority as much because of what we’ve done at Pixable as what I’ve experienced at places like The Huffington Post, Business Insider or Turner Broadcasting. The things the Pixable team accomplished are remarkable any way you shake it. In that time we hit 9,400,000 monthly active users, and 58,000,000 monthly original video views in October 2015 after continued month-over-month growth, a Facebook page with over 390,000 insanely engaged fans (lately gaining at a rate of thousands new fans a day), highlighted in the Apple App store as a featured app, a sky-high article read-through completion rate, an average time-on-page of spread out over 8,000 articles, over 23,000,000 social actions and 91,000,000 social referrals, 137,000,000 article page views since April 2014 (it’s worth noting we do not, nor ever had slideshow galleries), reached a top 100 rank in Quantcast for mobile traffic, launched a proprietary contributor platform, with original reporting and an average of 25 stories per day with an in-house editorial staff of 13. Our sales team of Donna Bulford and Angela Rogerman teamed up with our Branded Content Manager Cristina Gutierrez who drove the efforts here. We established syndication and social partnerships with major publications including Huffington Post, Daily Dot, People’s Choice Awards, MTV, Cambio, Bustle, Ozy, Playbuzz, Thrillist, Hollywood.com, Inc, The Dodo, Above Average and more.

We achieved what we set out to do, even if the final result didn’t end up with us becoming the next Buzzfeed. During my Q&A session I asked everybody who’s clicked on or paid attention to a banner ad to raise their hands. We hosted panels and gave talks at Social Media Week, Big Boulder Conference and Stream Con.

Our audience development and social marketing team of Loren Appin, VP of Growth and Noah Keil got so on Like campaigns.

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