The U.S. attention is on the Eastern seaboard as the Pope makes his way to the city of dreams. He's currently in New York everyone, and has all but shut down our not-so-fair city. With a groundbreaking Emmys this past weekend, a new hero amongst us (looking at you #PizzaRat, and more, Twitter was a hotbed of trending topics. Let's look at the social intelligence data behind them now.
Football fans cringed at Draft Kings adverts, the second GOP debate garnered possibly the most meme-worthy nuggets (to date), and the social media world got what it’s always wanted; a dislike button (sort of). Oh also, Apple released a new iOS (what else is new?).
The world has turned to social media to share tragic and distressing news from around the world, and the plight of a global epidemic around war-ridden countries has transformed itself into a viral hashtag, #RefugeesWelcome. Another powerful example of how the global force driving social media conversations is using these public social platforms beyond connection and information-sharing, but as a forum to encourage governmental change and public awareness.
What’s really interesting to me about social listening is that of all the breakthroughs in enterprise social, it’s both the most friendly and easy-to-implement (not requiring huge time investment, discussions about compliance, etc.) and the most transformational. In our webinar, which was sponsored...
Presidential hopefuls are a joke - literally. The nation socially celebrated Women's Equality and the majesty of the canine species. The economy toyed with our emotions. Let's took a look at the news this week in social data insights. Time to share the social intelligence!
Our recent webinar that reported on “Dispatches from the Social Data Revolution,” sponsored by Spredfast and including Chad Mitchell of Walmart, Ted Sclavos of HP, and author and head of research for Spredfast Chris Kerns was itself data-rich and action-packed. Over a hundred of you listened in, commented and tweeted and many more are looking forward to the archive.
Summer is showing no signs of slowing, as we enter the second half of August. Don’t forget, the seasons don’t officially change until September 20/21 (depending on which day you observe). As many are enjoying annual vacations, precious time spent with family and friends, or possibly a touch of cabin fever if you’re in an office on any given Friday afternoon in the summer, we’ve cooked up some delicious social intelligence and data nuggets for you to chew on today.
While Hermès may have been the catalyst tipping the sustainable fashion social media scale recently with revelations of its cruel practices harvesting crocodile skins for Birkin bags, sustainable and ethical fashion is an increasingly recurrent theme in the industry with heightened scrutiny on supply chain.
A friendly rivalry between Marvel and DC Comics has spawned since the 1930s, originating from comic books and then flourishing onto the big screens and video games. With more than 20 movie adaptations planned in the next 4 years, superhero movies are bound to break box office numbers, and social...
Although it may be too early to predict their success, this summer’s Men’s pageantry stoked social media channels and speculation. Regardless of which designs hit commercial success, one thing is certain. Street design inspiration has unequivocally ignited the imagination of today’s designers, revealing the advent of a new collective design muse.