Tag: Case Study

Blogging
Glue Gun Blogging with the 50 Top DIY Bloggers

The latest blogging statistics are out, and one DIY retailer is aware of them. A recent study shows how powerful a business blog can be: 80% of blog visits are new (awareness) 53% more traffic (awareness) Posting every day generates 4x more leads (consideration) Nearly seven million people are blogging now; 12 million through social networks. […]

Business Reputation
How Social Data Helped Jaguar and GM Navigate Troubling Brand Sentiment

As published to SocialMediaToday According to Rion Martin, marketing director at Infegy, and an expert on social media intelligence, incorporating social data into market research can massively impact a company’s marketing initiatives. It enables market researchers to ask better questions, using relevant language, and it helps structure new research models. And data-backed recommendations are always preferred to mere personal hunches. Both […]

Big Data
Even Chocolate Needs Smart, Big Data – Vosges Haut-Chocolat Case Study

As published to SmartDataCollective How do you sell chipotle-accented chocolates and truffles with bourbon mash to those in the chocolate-loving populace who dream of pepper-laced confections and Kentucky sauced nuggets? You get smarter. The chocolate business, it turns out, is a lot like other conservative industries. Medical, construction, financial trading, and others are often reluctant […]

Case Study
Study Finds Nonsocial Doctors Are Terribly Outdated

As published to The HuffingtonPost Does your doctor need to be on Facebook? How about your plastic surgeon? That’s the question RealSelf.com asked more than 700 users in a recent study. Nearly 60 percent of respondents said they like doctors to be “somewhat engaged” on social media, while 32 percent said they want them “very […]

Case Study
Study: California Tech Giant Stock Buybacks Fueling Income Inequality

As published to The Huffington Post A new study published in an article by Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporterGary Cohn, are based on the research of former Harvard economist William Lazonick. Lazonick examines how large, publicly traded companies spending a significant portion of their net income on stock buybacks instead of reinvestment, may be exacerbating America’s […]

Andre Bourque (SocialMarketingFella) is Editor Emeritus of Technorati.

He covers emerging trends and news in social, mobile, cloud, and related technologies.

Based in San Francisco, he can be contacted via his social channels and at: andrefbourque@gmail.com

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