A Nation Divided: How Should You Eat Weetabix? Data Has The Answer

These crunchy wheat cakes are a blank breakfast canvas enjoyed by thousands. But how should you eat Weetabix? Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on February 10th 2017

Emoji Data Reveals How Men and Women Illustrate Their Tweets

Emoji is the fastest growing language in the world, but the way we use emojis is deeply personal. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 31st 2017

Five Cool Things You Can Do With Unlimited Historical Data

Brandwatch just launched Unlimited Historical Data, a tool that lets you collect three years of historical social data in just minutes. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 27th 2017

A Data Portrait of Tweeters in the USA

It’s never been easier for marketers to learn about the people they’re interested in. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 25th 2017

Get Your Selfies Here: Data Reveals #Selfie Hotspots in London

We all love a selfie, regardless of the occasion. But where are the most popular places to take one? Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 19th 2017

Amazon Anarchy: The Questions You Probably Shouldn’t Ask Alexa

You can ask Alexa anything, but what will please your new smart home overlord most? Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 11th 2017

Five Examples of Creepy Marketing: When Personalization Goes Too Far

As insights get deeper, ability to track customers across the internet gets more advanced and the great pools of customer data expand to lakes, it’s time to talk about the line between a great personalized experience and downright creepy marketing. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 5th 2017

New Year, New Data: Social Data Predicts What Will Be a Thing in 2017

The tides of revolution are shifting, the winds of change are blowing and the volcanos of disruption are erupting. Tech, politics, and click-bait gurus across the world are making their predictions for 2017, some with a little more ambition than others. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on January 3rd 2017

The Social Data Review of 2016

Where do you begin with 2016? Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on December 23rd 2016

What Do People Want For Christmas? We Found Out

If Santa was a smart man he’d be investing in a social intelligence platforms to decipher what it is people actually want for Christmas. It’s no job for elves. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on December 22nd 2016

Data Reveals The Worst Days of 2016

Let’s be honest. 2016 has been “hella” awful. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on December 12th 2016

Whiskey Drinkers: What Can Social Data Tell Us About Their Behavior?

150 years ago the very first registered distillery in the US was established, opening next to Lynchburg’s greatest natural resource: the crisp, cool, mineral-rich Cave Spring Hollow. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on November 30th 2016

My Worst Habit is…: The Sweet, Gross and Dangerous Habits Tweeters Can’t Break

Bad habits are hard to break. That’s why we’ve written another blog post that makes us feel better about our own lives. Read more

Topic Analysis By Gemma Joyce on September 20th 2016