The LOOQME team analyzed the activity of event mentions and thematic hashtags on social networks. From March 20th to 29th, videos related to the charity marathon collected 24.9 million views on Telegram, Instagram and YouTube. Users have posted 7.4 thousand posts and videos and left 7.7 thousand comments. This content has potentially reached 28 million people.Most of discussions “Save Ukraine — #StopWar” telemarathon were held on Facebook — 12.5 million users.
A significant mentions increase began the day before the event and increased sharply on March 27th (8,164 mentions), the day of the telemarathon — due to announcements and post-event publications. Mentions peak falls on March 28th (9,911 mentions) when artists, TV channels and organizers began to share performances videos and a new discussion wave arose.
Facebook has the largest number of mentions — it has a significant distance from other social media platforms. While YouTube users have been active 2,500 times, and Telegram, Twitter and Instagram did less than 2,000 times, Facebook's audience has left 21,630 posts, comments and shares.
Women reacted most actively to the charity telemarathon — they accounted for almost 52% of active users. This is more than the total mentions amount from men, communities and users who did not specify their gender.Overall social media audience was quite positive about the telemarathon-concert. It gained a pretty small amount of negative reviews — 2.5% and about 30% of which were written by bots.
Word clouds from reactions on social networks
The key priority of the “Save Ukraine — #StopWar” telemarathon was to strongly unite the international community in its resistance to russian expansion. Marks on the map are charity telemarathon mentions geography. "Save Ukraine — #StopWar" was said in 124 countries around the world.