At Brandwatch, it’s not enough to see data on trending social stories or brand campaigns.
It’s not even enough to dive deep into breaking news and see how those topics are playing out on social.
Everyone here at Brandwatch yearns to know more and challenge social data and the Brandwatch Analytics platform to help us pull out intriguing new types of data. (more…)
The MTV Movie Awards were first presented in 23 years ago in 1992 – undoubtedly well before many of this year’s viewers were born.
We’re days away from this year’s highly anticipated, widely televised event, hosted by comedian Amy Schumer. The best part of this particular annual awards show is that while MTV executives and producers choose the nominees, the general public vote for the winners.
Talk about giving power to the people.
On Monday 30th March 2015, the current UK parliament will be dissolved.
Five and a half weeks later, on Thursday 7th May, there will be a General Election to decide a new one. This is not prophecy, this is the Fixed Terms Parliament Act of 2011, which has decreed, for the first time, that we know these dates far in advance.
But what happens after 7th May is much harder to predict.
Can social data allow us any foresight?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and businesses are getting ready to launch their holiday marketing campaigns.
The holiday months present many opportunities for business. Throughout November and December, businesses make nearly 20% of their yearly profits. In fact, last year businesses made $57.4 million with Black Friday sales alone.
Business cards have been around for many years and even with the newest digital technology applications and innovations, handing out or exchanging cards is still a standard business practice.
Since everyone passes out business cards, how do you make yours stand out and be memorable? (more…)
Companies and organizations are always looking for ways to improve how efficiently they operate.
One tactic that management can implement that will improve efficiency is a redesign that incorporates Feng Shui principles. Implementing this technique works not just for homes, but also has seen great success in home offices and corporate businesses as well. (more…)
Sharing is something we are taught as children, and spend many years painfully unlearning as adults, once we’re thrust out into a world of competitive advantage. But, despite my many years of capitalist conditioning, I remain a huge fan of sharing.
We provided real-time analytics and insights in our data visualization, gathering and showcasing Twitter data around the most mentioned topics, games, players, brands, and even tracking “social performance rankings” that pitted each country’s earned social media mentions volume against their total player value, GDP, population, and more.