Published By: Brandwatch
Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
For Sky News Arabia, using social media monitoring & analytics to “sense-and-respond” to viewers is a critical component to increasing viewer-to-viewer engagement and gaining extended market reach in an established market.
Published By: Brandwatch
Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
In this report, we examined the online conversations around Fashion Week in New York, London, Paris and Milan to find out exactly what makes fashion enthusiasts and buyers tick—and reveal trends and insights to help make fashion brands smarter.
According to Forrester Research, 76% of consumers are using online self-serve to find answers—more than any other support channel, including phone.
And they are no longer just looking for customer support directly on companies’ Facebook or Twitter sites. They are seeking help from their peers for quick and easy answers. Companies are recognizing this social service trend and are using customer communities as a platform to enable customers to socially self-serve. This approach can greatly enhance the overall service experience and reduce escalations to an agent. In looking at social service trends and benefits, it’s important to strategically think about the customer community implementation and planning process.
"The social internet is big, noisy, and always in flux — which makes it really hard to know where your audience is spending their time and how to reach them there.
So, we've done the research for you. (You're welcome.)
Join us for this on-demand webinar to learn why a ""listen-first"" philosophy sets your team up to discover game-changing opportunities before your competitors do.
In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn:
*How to create your ideal social media mix
*The most up-to-date audience demographics from Facebook, Instragram, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, Reddit, and more
*Top performing networks based on industry demographics
*When to adopt new networks (and when to ignore)
*Where companies like yours spend time on social media (and where the missed opportunities are)."
75% of brands now pay to promote their Facebook posts,1 and
that number will only continue to rise over the next few years.
Why pay for ads when Facebook is technically a “free” social
network? Well, you may have noticed that your organic posts
on Facebook are reaching fewer and fewer people every
day (and probably not getting the engagement they deserve,
either). That’s because organic reach for brand pages has hit an
all time low at around 2%, and organic reach per post continues
to decline rapidly every single day.1 Last year, SocialFlow saw a
42% drop in organic reach per post in just five months.
Read this paper to learn 5 practices that ensure the collaboration solution you choose will give you the significant business results you are seeking. Collaboration solutions can accelerate cycle times by 30% across virtually every business function. These results may be critical to survival in difficult economic times, and the right collaboration solution is the single most effective way to get them.
Read this paper to learn the steps to successfully roll out an enterprise collaboration solution and help your organization embrace a more collaborative, transparent and effective way of working. Introducing a social software solution carries with it a unique set of challenges and opportunities, and requires a new roll-out approach. The approach outlined in this paper has been honed over thousands of customer implementations to generate the fastest adoption across your enterprise.
As global employment prospects lag behind a slow economic recovery, customers in many parts of the world are more cautious and better informed than ever. They have access to a wealth of information about the products and services they seek, much of it obtained from trusted sources almost immediately. Yet businesses have moved slowly to exploit emerging technologies and information sources like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. As a result, customers often seem better informed about the products and services they buy than companies are about their customers. This imbalance presents a big challenge to companies struggling to avoid commoditisation and it could grow into a competitive disadvantage as customers demand more personalized service.
Published By: Webtrends
Published Date: Aug 05, 2011
Improving annual revenue through organic growth is increasingly a top goal for organizations. This Aberdeen research shows that despite economic pressures, best-in-class companies, including Webtrends customers, are able to demonstrate clear value from their marketing campaigns.
Published By: Kenshoo
Published Date: Aug 06, 2012
TicketsNow, a leading online resale marketplace for sports, concert, and theater tickets, has created a strong paid search program to drive visitors and conversions to its site, TicketsNow.com. In 2010, TicketsNow began using Kenshoo Enterprise to manage its robust paid search campaigns. Using Kenshoo's algorithmic rules and model-based bid policies, TicketsNow has been able to effectively optimize millions of keywords and double overall contribution from its search engine marketing. To build on its success with the Kenshoo Universal Platform, TicketsNow sought to expand its efforts into social marketing with Facebook ads.
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Jul 16, 2013
Advertising that connects placements with high-value customers during times of active consideration is essential to drive conversions at a profitable rate. Using display advertising and Facebook Exchange to find new customers, the Palms Casino Resort increased their bookings by 87% while lowering costs by 33%. Read the story to see how the Palms did it and how you could too.
The message is simple: Trust has been lost and the digital world is here. Successful relationships with customers in the digital world are high-trust relationships. It is time for bankers to rebuild trust at the same time as developing all the communications and analytical advantages of digital technology. There is no other way. The highly digitalised, non-bank competitors are already taking the best parts of banking. Time is short. Is Apple about to join the fray? Is Amazon? Is Facebook?
Get it now and see how the usage of social streaming apps is spiking. Explore metrics to help you decide whether to go paid or organic on Facebook. Discover which regions are heating up in search engine marketing. And so much more.
Published By: Cyphort
Published Date: Jun 28, 2016
Thanks to its convenience, online shopping has become a major trend over the last few years and lets face it, it’s here to stay. With the rise of online shopping, marketing experts capitalized on this new avenue to advertise their products. Now your friends nudge you on Facebook to buy a product they love and Google suggests a friendly place across the street where you can get your car fixed. It’s become hard to browse even a few pages without running into an ad and because of this increases, malware experts also saw a new avenue of attack - Malvertising.
One of the biggest challenges to effectively stopping breaches lies in sifting through vast amounts of data to find the proverbial “needle in the haystack” – the subtle clues that indicate an attack is imminent or underway. As modern computer systems generate billions of events daily, the amount of data to analyze can reach petabytes. Compounding the problem, the data is often unstructured, discrete and disconnected. As a result, organizations struggle to determine how individual events may be connected to signal an impending attack.
In this context, detecting attacks is often difficult, and sometimes impossible. This white paper describes how CrowdStrike solved this challenge by building its own graph data model – the CrowdStrike Threat Graph? – to collect and analyze extremely large volumes of security-related data, and ultimately, to stop breaches. This revolutionary approach applies massive graph-based technologies, similar to the ones developed by Facebook and Google, to detect k
It has been well documented that just having a Facebook page or sending the occasional tweet are not enough to have a significant, sustainable impact on business results. The good news is that there are multiple ways to take advantage of the social media space, and one of the most effective places to start is actually from your own website.
For the majority of small businesses around the country, the world of marketing looks very different from big brands and retailers. With limited budgets, resources and staff to execute their marketing visions, it can oftentimes be daunting and confusing for local/ small businesses to tackle their social media marketing, let alone convert engagement with their content on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter into local store sales. Download this research report to learn how Facebook advertising converts digital ‘hunters’ into in-store buyers.
A lot has changed in the 10 years since Facebook first launched. No longer are social networking sites just a place where people can stay in touch with friends. Now, 30 percent of people use Facebook as their primary source of news. While Facebook is still the number one social network, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest are all growing at steady rates and millions of users are accessing these sites from the palm of their hand with smartphones and other mobile devices. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can leverage social networking to quickly reach users and entire online communities to boost your business.
As one of the fastest moving industries in terms of innovation and change, Information Technology is rife with predictions for what will be "the next big thing". Networking is undergoing a shift with the adoption of web-scale and open networking approaches. Fill out the form to the right to view our webinar and hear experts from Cumulus Networks, IPspace, and Facebook discuss their predictions for what will be the biggest changes and evolutions in data centers this year.
Social media allows people to be more connected than ever before and the mediums available for marketing are changing rapidly as new technologies come available. Online users are communicating in real time and every brand in the world is being caught up in the conversation whether they are participating or not.