How to know if professionals in a field are influencers? Here at eCairn we map the social web and constantly run experiments to increase our understanding of the social media. Recently we did an experiment in a ‘trendy’ career in the tech world, Data Scientist. Our goal was to find out if professionals in the […]
While working closely with a small group of wealth advisors, I recently discovered two interesting studies on Wealth Management (our key focus market): From PWC: Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey (2013). Although it’s ~ 2 years old, it is still a very interesting white paper, highly quoted in numerous recent publications and full […]
Most of you have probably already read the very interesting “leaked” audit about the New York Times. If not, I strongly recommend you do: Innovation Report. One of the findings in this study is that there are many publishers that actually grow audiences re-purposing New York Times content, without the New York Times benefiting from it. […]
I tried to put some thinking around why (as more and more experts are starting to tell us) social marketing fails. And the #1 thing that strikes me, although we have now used Social Networks for a while, is that the most widely used paradigm in marketing is still the one of lists. People do email marketing […]
3:35- Sandy, “Social is not another media. Social is about relationship”. IBM is clearly a thought leader in Social. Everything (except the Klout reference ;-)) is right to the point.
Wherever we look, we find evidence that Brands get limited value from Social Media: Here is an article mentioning that out of 5000 top Youtube Chanels, only 2% are brands. and here is Chris Heuer post: Social Business is Dead and another excellent one from Augie Ray: What if everything you knew about social was […]
Valentine’s day is upon us. Cards, chocolates, fresh roses, fancy dinners, even diamonds — showing how much you love someone translates into big bucks for businesses. Last year, the report issued by the National Retail Federation forecast a total spending of over $18 billion, or $130 per person on average for Valentine’s day in the […]
The 2013 figures and rankings in the automobile market are out. There is a staggering number of cars being produced and some of the groups at the top made close or more than 10 millions vehicles.
I wanted to know how it translates in social media and whether there was a strong correlation between sales or market share on one hand and buzz or influence on the other hand.
Automotive Groups Buzz in Social Media
Using the eCairn application, we can figure out which social media channel Fashion Professionals should use. Let’s check which social media channel is discussed the most in eCairn’s Fashion Tribe: https://infogr.am/which-social-media-channel-should-fashion-pros-use?src=web Any surprises here?
I don’t make new year’s resolution.
But I know lots of people do. Or do they really?
At least, very few people talk about them in social. We have 15440 ‘New Year’s resolution’ conversations among the 300 millions blog posts archived. Even if we zoom on the new year period, between Dec 15th when the first conversations appear until now, less than 1% of the influencers’ posts talk about New Year’s Resolution.
If we compare with conversations on ‘christmas gift’, we see a 1/10 ration between both topics.
If 2012 was dubbed the year of the MOOC by the New York Times, 2013 may have been the year of “the MOOC disillusionment”, a phrase coined by reporter Ry Rivard of Inside Higher Ed in July 2013. Certainly, a lot of disillusionment was voiced by no less than Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun, a top […]
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 18,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out performances for that many […]