It’s the most viral campaign Chipotle has ever done, based on one measure: the hashtag has 3.9 billion views on TikTok.
That’s a surprising metric given that TikTok has been downloaded only about 145 million times in the U.S
And from a Caity Weaver
deep dive into the suspicious metrics
of the British royal family's Instagram accounts:
Tabloid writers and royal reporters began to forecast the moment that @SussexRoyal’s follower count would overtake @KensingtonRoyal’s, thus crowning Harry and Meghan the definitive winners of an unofficial couples’ popularity contest.
It seemed inevitable; already, when it came to Google search interest, Harry and Meghan towered over William and Kate. (From November 2017 until the end of January 2020, Harry-and-Meghan-related searches accounted for 83 percent of the world’s curiosity in the two couples.)
The Instagram eclipse would happen in April or perhaps May, with the birth of the couple’s first child, royal watchers speculated.
It happened in neither, it turned out. Nor in June. Nor July.
“If it was 2016 and you said, ‘Hey, Alex, I want to analyze the Duchess in Essex and all this whatever,’ it would take probably a day or two, and I could come back to you and show ‘These are the followers they share in common. This is the percentage of fake followers this one has. This is the breakdown of locations. This is the amount of fake followers in a location.’”
Now, the only people with access to such information work inside Instagram.