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Twitter Analytics Demystified for Public Relations: It’s Much More Than a Numbers Game

by Stephen Waddington| August 28, 2014

Twitter has opened up its analytics platform to all users this week. The data has previously only been available to Twitter advertisers. It’s a brave move by the platform. Unless you’re familiar with analytics data provided by third-party solutions, you’ll almost certainly be surprised by the relatively low engagement rates. In my view, the move will […]

The Scoop on Mobile App Promotion and App Store Optimization (Part I)

by Katherine Watier Ong| August 21, 2014

Part 1: The Lay of the Land–App Discovery Developing and launching a successful mobile app can become (and inevitably will be) a complex and laborious process. In what will be a four part series of blog posts, I’ll attempt to identify common mistakes, demystify popular platforms, and educate with recent data…all so we can better […]

Bursting Bubbles

by Karen Strauss| August 14, 2014

I’ve been back in New York for two months since attending the Cannes Festival of Creativity, where I went to see work and learn lessons that aren’t self-evident staring at a screen, scouring media, or living in a bubble. Certain lessons really stuck. One that continues to blow me away is how powerful it is […]

The World Cup: The Greatest Party of Soccer and Brands

by Fernando Neves| August 5, 2014

Since 2007, when Brazil was announced as the host country for the 2014 World Cup, I (as a Brazilian and a soccer fan) longed for the opportunity to watch a World Cup match of the Brazilian team in my home country. The World Cup, first and foremost, is a celebration of the most popular sport […]