Articles by Roni Leibovitch
Sentiment Analysis can lead to great insight beyond simple volume metrics which you may already be aggregating. Quantifying sentiment has the ability to improve customer interactions and allow your business to better understand the needs of your social consumer.
Hans Christian Andersen’s classic literary tale The Emperor’s New Clothes draws many parallels to the online privacy frenzy being debated across various sites. Though published in 1837 we can draw a few lessons from the Emperor, and perhaps some insight from the child who portrayed independent thought and went against the tide to point out the truth.
Impressive seasons for the Tigers and Giants, and post season wins was reflected in their social profiles. While both teams increased Facebook and Twitter fans, the Tigers roared their way to social media greatness.
The Woodward Dream Cruise, Metro Detroit’s annual summer event showcasing classic cars concluded this past weekend with a greater social impact than ever before. For the month leading up to the Dream Cruise, over 18,000 Twitter posts contributed to the social stream.
NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover which landed successfully on August 5th is the first Twitter account as designated by Klout’s updated algorithm to reach celebrity status.
During the first week of the 2012 Olympics when TV commentators blamed Twitter for disrupting their data feed, IOC communications director Mark Adams asked spectators to “consider only sending urgent Tweets.”
Today’s smartphone has achieved much more than the ability to talk; it allows us to communicate via photos, social networks, apps and much more. Return Path analyzed nearly 1 billion data points to study how mobile growth is affecting email consumption.
Data is ever flowing and often times requires a creative solution to arrange and present the data in a visually appealing manner. The below is a list of blogs which are regularly updated by renowned statisticians, and some cases artists in their respective fields.
The 2012 baseball season is quickly approaching, and Opening Day is right around the corner. Fans everywhere are abuzz across the social web.
In the world of high speed browsing, no one waits for answers. But a desire for speedy information has made Americans impatient for just about everything.