Articles tagged with: Social media influence
In our final SMI ’13 conference pass giveaway, we’re asking you to do absolutely nothing (we’re good like that).
What’s your favorite social brand? Tell us and bag a free pass to SMI ’13.
Week three in our conference giveaway, and this time we want you to tell us about your dream Facebook feature. Go nuts!
Early bird rates for SMI’s 2013 conference are only available until Friday. Move fast to avoid missing out.
2012 is fast living up to its billing of being the year of Big Data. And it’s getting a bad rap from privacy experts. But does Big Data have to be bad? Here’s how it can be used to make business and society more sustainable.
The International Olympic Committee has launched a new social media hub that aggregates social media conversations by and about the athletes taking part in this summers London Games.
To illustrate the effect social media is likely to play in global interaction with the games, the IOC also produced this infographic.
If you’re like us you spend an increasing amount of time trying to keep up with all the news bursts, surveys, top 10 lists and infographics flowing through your sustainability Twitter feed.
But how can you …
One year ago, we published the inaugural Social Media Sustainability Index, a trawl through 287 major companies in North America and Europe to identify who was using social media tools and thinking to communicate sustainability. …
Social media is radically reshaping how companies and organisations handle their crisis communications. At our recent #SMI11 conference, crisis communications experts Neil Chapman and Chris Reed offered a fascinating insight into the ways BP and Eurostar, among other companies, have learned from social media fallout.
Over the course of the next month we’ll be looking back at our #SMI11 conference with the help of some specially commissioned presentation maps prepared for us by Scarlet Design.