How brands celebrated International Women’s Day


Shrujitha Ramanujam

March 5, 2019 2 min read

Updated on March 5, 2019

March 8th, the day we celebrate women all over the world and pay our respects to their contribution towards society, no matter how big or small it is.

Brands all over the world have already begun buzzing with their International Women’s Day campaigns, from paying an ode to important women in their life to remembering women who changed the face of history.

We jumped into our Unmetric Discover platform to look at how brands all over the world celebrated International Women’s Day on Social from 2013 to 2018.

We’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 Women’s Day posts by brand in 2018. Engagement bait, contests, and paying respect to women are some of the strategies used by brands.

Top 10 Women’s Day posts by brands

1. Hyundai

2. Funko

3. Barbie

4. Lenovo


5. Biral Gold

6. Parle-G

7. Dalda Oils

8. Lamborghini


9. GoPro


10. Disneyland


Analysis of past campaigns

To help you better understand how campaigns have evolved over the past 6 years on Social Media, we’ve compiled our findings in the form of an infographic.

The Key Findings:

Facebook was the platform of choice for brands until 2017 post which Twitter took over for Women’s Day campaign-related posts. Another key finding was that these campaigns didn’t end with just one post. Brands tweeted an average of 2.76 tweets for their Women’s Day campaigns.

Dive into the infographic given below to get more insights on Women’s Day content and campaigns on social by brands.

How we came up with this report:

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