Tag Archives: Social media

Interesting Stats about Twitter usage at the 2014 Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference

 

According to a real time analysis run by Blurrt during #RIMC14 99% of the close to 500 Tweets and Re-Tweets that happened during the Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference were positive or neutral. Woman did more Tweets and the most engagement happened between 11:00 and 12:00 and 13:00 and 14:00. See more by clicking on the below infographic. Read more »

Charles Dowd speaks at RIMC 2012

Charles Dowd interviewed at RIMC 2012.

Eli Pariser speaks at RIMC 2012

Here’s a brief interview of Eli Pariser conducted earlier today at RIMC 2012.

RIMC 2011: Is social media all you need?

The first speaker in this session is Icelandair’s Guðmundur A. Guðmundsson who begins with defining what a brand actually is. It is far more than a logo — and extends to staff attitude, telephone hold music and even what people are saying about you online.

From Icelandair’s point of view, what customers want is a brand with a clear promise which can also come through on their promises. Through social media, companies like Icelandair can broadcast their story like never before. Also due to social media, your brand is going to be defined and gain reputation online — whether or not it is led by you. That is why brands should take their online presence so seriously. Read more »

Social Mention a real time search platform

I recently found this fantastic tool called Social Mention, a real time search platform.

Been playing around with it and found it to be really useful for several things but mostly to get a feel for the general buzz out there. The tools is limited when it comes to other languages out-side of English, but I am sure that it will be fixed as the tool develops.

I have tested their alert services and they work great take what Google does with their alerts little further adding sites and mentions that Google does not include. Their alert are however limited to only one delivery per day, while Google is quite dynamic and delivers material as it happens.

Verdict: Great tool, worth using and best of all it is free!