Month: June 2016

Last week we published our analysis of Twitter data pertaining to the brexit vote in the UK. I won’t say we called it… but the data we had definitely showed a slight advantage for the leave side. Having said that, we wanted to take a look at people’s reactions to the vote, and what’s happened […]

Here’s how things have played out since May 18 The fate of the European Union as we know it will be decided on Thursday when the British go to the polls to decide whether to withdraw from, or to remain part of the European family. It has been an increasingly bitter campaign, the tone more and […]

The Social Conversation Around the Anniversary Covers Women’s Issues, Digital Technology and more… Last month, a 40-day countdown began that will end on June 21, 2016. On that day, the OECD will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of its Declaration on Multinational Enterprises. Once we began observing the conversation around this event on social media, we saw […]

A Blend of Love and Hate has Surfaced Over the Last Few Days Following the worst mass shooting in US history last weekend, we decided to monitor the reactions on Twitter to this incredible tragedy. We expected to find people coming together, sending their thoughts and prayers to the families of the victims… and we did. […]

How Will They Impact You, the User Anyone who knows Nexalogy probably knows that we are huge Twitter fans. We love the immediacy of tweets, and the way it’s so easy to spread a viral message through Twitter. Whatever drawbacks it may have, to this day that capability is unparalleled elsewhere. Over the years Twitter has […]