Dig around in strange parts of Twitter long enough, and you’ll be bound to stumble across accounts that aren’t quite human.
Twitter robots are unmanned accounts that compose tweets with the help of clever programming. The bot behind @everyword completed its seven year task in June, tweeting every word in the English language.
So, you have your online and social media marketing plan all wrapped up tightly. You’re going to look like the coolest, most interesting, most AWESOME seller of your product on a near superhuman level.
As you might already know, last week we launched a new Brandwatch feature: Minute-by-minute charting. Now, for the first time, you can understand buzz on a moment-by-moment basis, showing the exact moments provoking peaks in conversation, sentiment and topic changes and shining a light on new audiences to engage with.
This can prove particularly useful for analysing buzz around TV shows, live events and advert slots.
Last week we launched our newest feature, minute-by-minute charting, and we just can’t stop talking about it and all the cool things it can do!
Being able to track the hype right down to a specific moment certainly has many advantages and one of the most exciting for us is the ability to choose exactly when you want to dive into the data. (more…)
Recently we’ve seen an explosion of interest around long-standing Asian-themed restaurant P.F. Chang’s, leaving us all scratching our heads in wonder.
Chang’s Spicy Chicken is as spicy as ever and the Ginger Chicken with Broccoli is characteristically neglected. Let’s not even talk about the cold green tea noodles. It’s too early for that.
I just want to state, for the record, that I have not been bribed or coerced into writing my next sentence.
I love working at Brandwatch and one of the main reasons why is the people!
But, it’s not only the staff that love Brandwatchers, our clients like us a little bit too.
Many of us tap into the millions of reviews and comments on social media to find influencers, resolve customer complaints, buzz monitoring and the like. But one use that is often overlooked is the hunt for prospects. (more…)
IKEA. One of the most instantly recognizable brands on our planet.
The infamous yellow and blue stores cover the length and breadth of the globe from Slovakia to Singapore and are a mecca to any Swedish meatball fan or first time buyer keen to deck out their new home. (more…)