Social Media Monitoring — What you can learn from data  Social Media Monitoring — What you can learn from data  In the last article we described thoroughly what you can learn from the Internet monitoring data.
We hope those tips were useful and valuable, but it is not the end of story. An analysis of Twitter Influencers in the field of Data Science & Big Data. An analysis of Twitter Influencers in the field of Data Science & Big Data Objective The objective of this post is to illustrate how community detection and graph analysis can be utilized to locate influential users in a given domain of interest , in this instance, related to data derived from social media, and in particular Twitter.
There are many real world use cases for this kind of analysis and there are a large number of tools for targeting consumers and professionals through Twitter. The real challenge is often identifying actual influencers, and this is the problem this project seeks to address. Are you ready for the mega-shift from social media to private media? Over the past few months I’ve seen a few trends coming together but I’m not sure I grasped the significance of what’s happening until I heard a recent comment from my 16-year-old nephew.
Here is what I have seen occurring: WhatsApp has rapidly become the biggest messaging service in the world with more than 1 billion users.Snapchat is a juggernaut with the 18-24 age group, now earning more daily check-ins than Facebook. The company founder insists it is “not a social network.”Facebook is the social network for most of the world, yet their major investment is in the development of private Facebook Messenger, including bots that would help companies scale “human” interaction through the service. More than 900 million people use Messenger now.Other private messaging services like Viber and Kik have established footholds with certain demographic groups and have attracted millions of users.
And here is the quote from my young nephew: Le réseau social préféré des jeunes: Instagram, Snapchat? Non, Facebook. Contrairement aux idées reçues, les jeunes continuent à passer beaucoup de temps sur le réseau social de Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook est-il un «réseau social de vieux», comme le prétendent les jeunes? Appartient-il déjà au passé? Le succès de plateformes de discussion et de nouvelles applications de messagerie, à l'image de Snapchat, et les témoignages de jeunes internautes semblaient conforter cette hypothèse. Mais, si l'on se penche sur les chiffres, le constat semble s'inverser. Report: Ukraine has become Europe’s #1 IT outsourcing and software development powerhouse. Nearly 100,000 Ukrainian programmers serve thousands of companies as the demand for IT workforce is constantly growing on the global market In spite of the country’s recent political turbulence, Ukraine has seen its IT service and software R&D sector grow every year by double-digit figures.
From Cisco, to Oracle, to Rakuten, to Samsung, more than a hundred global major tech firms conduct R&D activities in Ukraine, while an array of local IT outsourcing companies of all types and sizes serve clients worldwide. Ukrainian developers often work on mobile, software, enterprise and web projects in a variety of verticals. A range of providers have build their reputation in solving complex engineering tasks. One may also find in Ukraine excellent resources for front-end development, UI/UX design, QA and other tasks.
The export volume of Ukraine’s software development industry reached at least $2.5 billion in 2015 (number 3 export sector. Email Marketing Benchmarks. Average Email Campaign Stats of MailChimp Customers by Industry There are a lot of numbers in MailChimp's free reports, but you might be wondering how your email-marketing stats compare to others in the same industry.
Pour le président du CNNum, le big data déshumanisé représente un grave danger. Mounir Mahjoubi, le nouveau président du Conseil National du Numérique, s'est chargé du discours d'ouverture de la conférence Big Data Paris, qui se déroule les 7 et 8 mars au Palais des Congrès.
Il y a abordé tout l'éventail des sujets propres à la donnée en France, de la richesse historique des données issues de la recherche publique à l'importance d'avoir une politique d'open data pour faire fructifier ces ressources et en maximiser la valeur. Il a aussi abordé les chantiers à venir, notamment les données fermées et peu utilisées que détient l'enseignement supérieur, et le besoin urgent d'innover à ce sujet pour rester pertinent. Your Digital Strategy Shouldn’t Be About Attention. Are they talking about your brand?
Around the clock? From Facefriend to Tweeter to Instapal? Pssst. That’s probably not the right question. Today, too many strategists believe that a clever plan to win the internet’s attention is a good digital strategy. It’s not. Institutions and leaders, obedient students of modern marketing, obsessively ask, “How do we get people to be loyal to us?” The real question — the one that counts for leaders and institutions today — isn’t “How loyal can we compel, seduce, or trick our customers into being?” So here are my top four mistakes of digital strategy — and how not to make them. Titillating, not educating. Making zombies, not superheroes.