NOTE: This is part of a blog series entitled, “The Six Chapters of the Social Insights Story.” You can read the intro here. All of us know what it’s like to drive at night in a dense fog. Given the obscurity and lack of clarity in front …Read More
A recent Gallup Poll showed that while a majority of Americans believe in man-made climate change, it is only a minority that believe they will personally be affected. While there are significant variations along political lines, an average assessment found that only about 45% of …Read More
There’s a common myth inside the discussion about the earth’s natural resources, namely that we run the risk of exhausting them. But a simple research of the matter quickly dispels this. We do not run the risk of “running out,” of our resources, but instead …Read More
Recently, our DigitalPulse team attended the Netbase Live 2018 conference in New York. We participate in events like this as part of our ongoing commitment to our clients to stay on the leading edge in the field of digital listening and intelligence. The event saw a diverse mix …Read More
The old adage “You can’t get there from here” is an expression that suggests a destination can’t be reached without extensive, complicated directions. Now imagine how much more frustrating it would be for the person seeking directions if they didn’t even know where “here” was, …Read More
Recently, a client pulled me aside after an intelligence readout and asked for 5 minutes of my time in a one-on-one setting. As a professional services provider, situations like this make you brace to hear that your contract may be in jeopardy. Instead, what she …Read More
In 2018, it seems that almost everything that could be said about social marketing has been said. But, when we talk to executives with “social media” in their title, whether in B2C or B2B, there is one area that still comes up as a huge …Read More
Invariably as I discuss market intelligence with a prospect the question gets asked, “So where do you source your data from?” I always cringe when that topic is broached. Not because I have any reservations about the strength of using social monitoring or publicly available …Read More
I finally justified to my wife why I bought $200 Nest thermostats a year ago… After receiving a heating bill that was double what we were expecting, I jumped into the metrics that Nest thermostats provide. Immediately I saw the problem… the heat was coming …Read More
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