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OCTOBER 13, 2010 What’s the Best Social Media Monitoring Tool? It Depends
Its monitoring covers blogs, message boards, forums, microblogging sites, wikis, media sharing sites, social networks, online classifieds and review sites. Nielsen BuzzMetrics. Nielsen’s monitoring covers more than 100 million blogs, social networking sites, discussion boards and other sites where consumers can post content. Forrester Research has named Nielsen a leader in brand monitoring solutions, saying “the vendor has the strongest strategic vision and currently competes at a scale unmatched by any other competitor.. No more. UberVU.
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APRIL 18, 2010 If Size Matters, Social Media is Huge in the US
by Pam Dyer on April 18, 2010 Share About 127 million Americans, or three-quarters of the population, use social media, according to Nielsen Online. Engagement was defined as reading a blog, visiting a social network, or reading/commenting on a message board. Of the online population, 47% visit Facebook daily, according to Nielsen, nearly rivaling the 55% that watch TV.
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OCTOBER 27, 2010 Top 10 Reputation Tracking Tools Worth Paying For
Nielsen Nielsen offers Buzzmetrics , which will supply you with key brand health metrics and consumer commentary from all consumer-generated media. Nielsen has a very strong brand name as the world’s leading provider of marketing information, audience measurement, and media products and services. One of the main benefits, just like Nielsen Buzzmetrics, is that these companies have been monitoring and measuring traditional media sites for decades, so they can provide a more comprehensive solution across the board. Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0:
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MAY 7, 2012 Social Business: Where It's Been & Where It's Going
Degrees of Jakob Nielsen. Early incarnations of a " social Web " such as message boards and forums gave rise to early social networks and the "blogosphere" Networks such as My Space or Friendster introduced the concept of managing a social profile on the Web while blogs began to disrupt the media landscape by empowering anyone to act like a journalist or publisher.
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OCTOBER 13, 2010 Scraping for Data
Just happened to read Scrapers’ Dig Deep for Data on Web in the Wall Street Journal yesterday about how companies and individuals are using Listening Systems to scrape data on all sorts of things including individuals in forums and message boards that most users assumed were protected. and Canada. It says it hands over only demographic information, not names or addresses.
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MASHABLE.COM 5 Proven Strategies for B2B Social Media Marketing
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2010
In many instances, these audiences self-identify online as interested in specific topics, themes, products and/or services and congregate in groups, message boards
or communities. Furthermore, messaging
was targeted for a specific region, which spoke volumes to New York professionals in need of offices. This helps organizations maintain consistency in messaging
to their communities. Mark Zuckerberg: The iPad Isn't Mobile 4 iPhone Versus Android: Nielsen
Delivers the Num. The B2B Social Media Marketing Series is supported by IDG Enterprise. Learn more. MORE >>
WHAT SPINKS THINKS Stop! Don't Break Silos Down Just Yet
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2009
Reply Kim Nielsen
says: September 8, 2009 at 8:55 pm I think you pose some great questions, David. Reply Kim Nielsen
says: September 9, 2009 at 1:38 pm I think social media as a combined extension of a number of fields makes a lot of sense. That’s been around for a while: message boards
, blog comments, Usenet, and so on IMO are forms of social media. was participating in message boards
and Usenet discussions back in 95-96, but I know many of my friends weren’t but are now on facebook/twitter/what have you. Is this a good thing? MORE >>
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