Month: July 2016

The Olympic Games Begin August 5, but Chatter on Social Channels Has Been Slow The Rio games are unique in a number of ways… It’s the first time the games will be held in South America, and face a number of unprecedented problems such as the Zika virus, water pollution, security and apparently now an “unlivable” […]

Tenor Remigio Pereira No Longer Performing With the Group After “Lone-Wolf” Political Statement During National Anthem. Remigio Pereira Holds an “All Lives Matter” sign during the Tenors’ performance of O Canada at the 2016 All-Star Game For those of you who aren’t sports fans… Baseball had it’s All-Star Game last night in San Diego. Just before the […]

Engagement and Audience Acquisition show Little Correlation Well, shut my mouth! Last week, we told you how awesome Canadians are because they are the most engaged country per capita on social media for the upcoming Olympic games in Brazil. (Among the countries we’re monitoring) As Canadians, we’re going to stick with our claim of awesomeness, […]

Data is Increasingly Important to Making Better Decisions and Growing Margins. Big Data has been a hot topic for years now, and it continues to grow as more and more business decisions are made using it. Terms like metadata were seldom heard before 2010, particularly in a product or marketing department. But the digitization of commerce […]

Social media stats on different countries On August 5, one month from today, the Olympic games will begin with the opening ceremony at the legendary Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This will be the first Olympics in South America. Estádio do Maracanã has been refurbished for the 2016 Summer Games There have been reports […]