All around the world, people are preparing to don their greenest finery for St. Patrick’s Day (or is it St. Patty’s Day?) and the controversial debate of Ts vs Ds has the social world divided. The impending Irish holiday (celebrated with beer-fueled debauchery here in the States) is just one of the stories that trended on social this week.
Sprinklr announces today that it is acquiring Pluck from Demand Media. Pluck has a community platform that boasts customers like Mattel, Walgreens and L’Oreal, and emphasizes Sprinklr’s desire to increase its breadth of solutions in content management. I caught up with Sprinklr CEO and founder, Ragy Thomas, last week before the acquisition was announced.
From fashion rule-breaking firsts, to burritos and frigid temperatures, we’re looking at this week’s news by the numbers. The social numbers that is. Let’s take a closer look at the data and some key insights around some of the most popular topics in our collective psyche.
This week was a rollercoaster ride in news, between a tragic shooting in North Carolina, show hijacking Grammy interruptions, Netflix leak, and of course the imminent holiday that bums out so many singletons - Valentine’s Day.
The word “Troll” is defined in the Urban Dictionary 256 times. Generally speaking, an Internet Troll is a member of an Internet forum who continually harangues and harasses others. One who posts a deliberately provocative message (generally attacking another person) with the intention of causing...
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This past quarter, Facebook took in a whopping $3.6 billion in ad sales, 53% more than the same period last year. Clearly, holiday marketers jumped on the social PPC bandwagon this year, but an astonishing number of advertisers also went mobile.
Despite accusations of slacktavism, social networks are usually a hotbed of political activity around election time. A paper from 2013 found that sites such as Facebook were abuzz with political discussions around the 2008 presidential election in America.