reputation monitoring

10 tips for B2B Twitter success

Over the past several years, a growing number of brands have decided to invest significant amounts of time and money in Twitter. One of the most popular social networks in the world, Twitter has become, for many of those brands, a key component of a social media strategy.

For B2B companies, many of which keep an eye on what their B2C counterparts are doing, Twitter has also been a target for investment in social media.

Bit.ly gets into reputation monitoring and search

Thanks to social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. information is being collected, aggregated and distributed faster than ever. That’s a good thing for a number of reasons, but keeping track of what’s taking place on the ‘real-time‘ web can be challenging.

Plenty of companies are trying to do just that. From helping consumers stay on top of the latest news to assisting companies with their online reputations, players in the social media search and monitoring spaces are taking numerous approaches.

But some of the best positioned companies are those that collect the seemingly countless links that are shared every day on sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Semantic analysis answers the question: who won the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl may be the biggest event in sport (except, of course,
everywhere outside of the U.S.), but everyone knows that the battle
that occurs each year on Super Bowl Sunday doesn’t take place on the field.
It takes place during the commercial breaks.

The battle for
consumer hearts and minds costs a lot of money, and it increasingly
involves the internet, which is where much of the buzz about Super Bowl
commercials can be found.