Sifting Around: The World Cup

Michelle Greer 17th July 2014 0 Comments

This is a guest post by Andy Cotgreave, the Social Content Manager at Tableau.  He’s been with the company for three years, sharing his passion for data visualization and helping people see and understand their data. Prior to joining Tableau he was a data analyst at the University of Oxford. You can find him on twitter as @acotgreave. What a four weeks it’s been. The FIFA World Cup has been the biggest social sport event…

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From support to HR or product, a company’s online community contains a wealth of good ideas to improve a business.  There are dozens if not hundreds of valuable people who actively participate in them.  But with such a volume of content and only so much time, how do you get a birds eye view of it all?  What’s the best way to pinpoint the ideas and people that really matter within your online community? DataSift…

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Announcing Tencent Weibo + DataSift

Michelle Greer 28th April 2014 1 Comment
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As much of the world quickly becomes more connected via Twitter and Facebook, it can be easy to forget about a whole other part of the world: China. 1.3 billion people in the fastest growing major economy in the world don’t use any social network that comes from the West.

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Social data revolutionizes our understanding and relationship with current and potential customers. From ads fueled by contextually relevant content to a new era of customer service and influencer marketing powered by media, it’s clear.  The new business landscape for any industry is social, mobile, and real-time. But what if you could harness the insights locked within the employee conversations your employees are having on an enterprise social network? You can uncover opportunities for driving collaboration,…

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