How the Social Content Opportunity Analysis™ Methodology Works
Measure & Categorize Posts. Sample a large number of social posts to find ones that are significantly outperforming the average.
Identify Top Themes. Identify the themes that are resonating most with the audience by sorting the themes by their aggregated performance metrics.
Measure The Benchmark. Identify content themes that are performing above and under an average benchmark for the industry based on views & engagements.
Identify & Rank Opportunities. Look at the data and find the content themes that are resonating with the audience based on a set of top creators.
Repeat For Each Platform. Repeat the analysis for every platform that matters to your brand and audience to find platform-specific opportunities.
TikTok Content Bucket Definitions
Deep Powder: Varying clips showcasing skiers moving through deep sections of powder.
POV Downhill: This category focuses on clips with a generalized theme of POV-styled downhill skiing videos.
Gear Highlight: Athletes highlight particular parts of their gear choices and how they use them
Follow Cam: Similar to POV Downhill clips, however, these clips primarily focus on having one skier follow behind another for the entirety of the clips.
Huge Air: Straightforward videos of skiers hitting large jumps and landing.
Historical Clip: Clips that highlight past runs from competitions along with the athlete and the competition they competed at.
Tricks & Flips: Videos of athletes performing different tricks and flips on their runs or at competitions.
Meet The Skier: Short clips that give the name, age, and origin of a particular athlete with clips of their runs playing throughout the video.
Big Drops: Similar to “Huge Air”, however, this category focuses on skiers hitting huge drops relative to large-scale jumps.
Skier Humour: Videos of different skiers pointing out the funny aspects and stereotypes of ski culture.
Aerial View: Clips that follow a skier’s run from a distanced aerial view.
Novel Skiing: Athletes attempting to ski with substantially different gear such as hang gliders or being towed in by horses.
Slow Motion Tricks: Similar to “Tricks & Flips”, with the twist of these clips specifically focusing on the slow motion capture of tricks.
Deep Powder & POV Downhill are extreme performing content opportunities, averaging 3X the views & engagement rate on TikTok.
Excellent performing content categories for the Winter Sports audience on TikTok include:
Good performing content categories for the Winter Sports audience on TikTok include:
Substandard performing contentcategories for the Winter Sports audience on TikTok include:
Low performing contentcategories for the Winter Sports audience on TikTok include:
Extreme Performing Segment:
1. Deep Powder
Varying clips showcasing skiers moving through deep sections of powder.
Tactics to Implement:
At The Peak: A constant viewpoint in these videos is the skiers filming themselves close to the mountain’s peak, indicated by the small tops of trees visible above the snow. Filming in these areas lets the viewers get a close-up of the skiers accompanied by scenic views.
POV: An added effect to showcase the “deep powder” effect is filming from the skier’s helmet or chest-mounted camera.
Untouched Snow: Capture skiers moving through untouched terrain but film it from angles that emphasize the depth and amount of snow they ride through. I.e. Aerial views focused on the waves of snow whilst carving.