The The New York Times is a major player in online news. The paper’s online presence reports on events and breaking news from all over the world. How does their social performance reflect their status? Are their fans and followers engaging with the content they see? Where are discussions taking place and on what media channels? What is their share of voice in their industry? Take a look at the insights we have compiled. All data is taken from Talkwalker. If you want to discover what Talkwalker can do for you, sign up for a free demo !
Worldwide sentiment perception for The New York Times on social media
Understanding public sentiment towards your brand is pivotal for companies in all industries. Talkwalker's social media monitoring tool can help you to visualize global online sentiment quickly and easily. The map below shows positive and negative sentiment worldwide for The New York Times.
Buzz, engagement & reach performances of The New York Times on social media
How is your brand performing on social media? The social media dashboards below show the levels of buzz (overall mentions) and engagement for The New York Times over the last month, giving you up-to-date insights to help you to better understand your social media performance.
Mentions Over Time
Engagement over Time
The New York Times performances per dimension
Where and on what channels is your brand generating the most interest? Talkwalker's social analytics can help you find out. The graphs below provide a breakdown of The New York Times social mentions for each dimension, media type, country and language as well as an overall look at public sentiment.