Category Archives: Listening

Facebook Opens its Data API to (Some) Media Partners

Today, Facebook made an announcement that should interest anyone who uses social data. Effective immediately, Facebook will be opening its data API to a select group of media partners. According to today’s blog post, organizations that are part of this … Continue reading

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Binders Full of Women: When a Meme Hijacks Your Brand

During the second Presidential debate this week, it only took a few moments for a social media/community manager named Veronica De Souza to claim the URL bindersfullofwomen.tumblr.com. Not long after, YouTube exploded with parody videos. All of this is to … Continue reading

Posted in Amazon, Crisis, Listening, Sentiment Analysis, Social Analytics, social commerce, Social media, Social Media Risk, VoC | 3 Comments

Listening: Should you filter social data for profanity?

I was at the Social Media Analytics Summit yesterday and was asked to fill in on a panel on one of my favorite topics: the challenges of social data. It was moderated by Nathan Gilliatt, and I was joined by … Continue reading

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Satmetrix Adds Social Media Measurement to Net Promoter

With all the hoopla over the Facebook S-1 filing (about which my colleagues Chris Silva and Rebecca Lieb have insightfully written), it’s easy to miss other notable industry news. Here is one smallish but important announcement that may have passed … Continue reading

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Defining Social Media Listening vs. Measurement

I’ve had a number of conversations lately with clients, peers and friends about what we mean by “listening,” “monitoring” and “measurement” of social media. Some people dislike the term “listening” because it seems passive and somehow not rigorous, while others … Continue reading

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Social Analytics 2012: The Year of Digging Deep [Part 2 of 2]

So much has happened since August, when I published my research report, A Framework for Social Analytics. I collected some of that progress in my 2011 wrap-up, in which I concluded that the social media honeymoon is, at last, truly … Continue reading

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