Here at Brandwatch we get very excited about all things social, Social Media Week (SMW) being no exception. We are celebrating next week’s launch of the social spectacular with our very own global dataviz.
You know how every group of friends has that annoying idiot that everyone tries to avoid? That obnoxious fool that thinks they’re really cool, but everyone else thinks they’re a loser?
We have a long-running joke in our house that if we go food shopping straight after work, I have to take my boyfriend a snack to have in the car so he doesn’t go completely batshit and buy everything in the supermarket.
And I mean everything. Things we usually wouldn’t dare have in the house are suddenly overflowing out of the shopping cart and into our faces.
For every hand there is a glove.
The problem is, all the other glove-sellers are constantly trying to get you to buy their gloves instead, and other people keep recommending a whole load of other gloves that just don’t fit you at all.
In my previous entry, I discussed how a blogger could utilize Brandwatch to help in content management. Based on my personal experience with the social measurement tool, I devised the following solutions that would enable me to create content that could increase my content’s relevance on the web: