Get Your Social Media Highlights: #ICCCricketWorldCup

Here’s a quick look at all the buzz around the ICC Cricket World Cup!
We’ve have scoured through thousands of conversations to surface some cool social media highlights and insights on the tournament including the hypes, predictions, controversies and themes.

Read on below to get your bite of some social media analysis from our next-gen social intelligence platform, 20/Twenty.

Access the latest social media highlights on the ICC Cricket World Cup now with Circus Social's social media analysis snapshot!

Like what you see? There’s more where that came from!
For more information on social media insights and comprehensive topic/event tracking, contact info@circussocial.com or get in touch here.

Beyond Social Listening: Social Media Data + Other Data Sources = More Insightful Reports

If you’ve visited our blog before, you’ll know that there are several ways that social listening can be leveraged to understand consumer habits, set benchmarks, and track conversations. But did you know that it is also possible combine other data sources with social data to come up with more robust insights?

At Circus Social, we have been integrating various types of data in our reports for our clients. Read on to know how we do it!

 

#1: Integrating Social Data with Google Search Data

Social chatter is a good indicator that people are interested about a certain topic – but what about topics they don’t necessarily talk about on social media? In some cases, search data can be a stronger proof of interest than buzz volume.

Let’s say you want to discover the top skin care concerns in Singapore. Since it is an embarrassing topic, people may not necessarily talk about acne or psoriasis on Twitter or Instagram. But they are likely to search for solutions for these problems on more ‘private’ search platforms, like Google.

So in this case, search data can indicate interest, but social data can explain qualitatively why people are interested in that particular topic – for example, reasons why acne is a problem for them, products they use to manage their acne, and many explanations.

Search gives you a trigger, Social gives you the reason for the trigger.

So, where exactly can you access Google search data? Trends in Google search volumes are openly available in the Google Trends website. This site analyzes the popularity of search queries in Google across various locations and languages. You can also get search data from the Keyword Planner tool if you have a Google Adwords account. Compared with Google Trends, this tool provides more accurate search volumes (especially if you have a paying account).

More insightful reports - easily done by combining different data sources & social media!
More insightful reports – easily done by combining different data sources & social media!

Popular Use Cases:

  1. Trend Spotting/Tracking – Search data is especially useful for identifying trends because it allows people to search for topics even before they start talking about them and can help indicate when interest for a topic started. Then, social data can be used to look at specific conversation themes about these trends.
  2. Brand Health Tracking – Especially when looked at in comparison with competitors, search data can tell you where your brand stands, specifically in terms of awareness. Social data is a good reference for brand associations and you can also complement this data with related search terms, which can be found in both Google Trends and Adwords Keyword Planner.
  3. Campaign Tracking – Other than looking at increase in social conversations, it helps to see if your campaign had an impact on how much people have searched about your brand on Google.

 

#2: Using Social Data to Complement Traditional Research Data

We have a number of Market Research Agency partners and they usually ask us to look at social media data to dig deeper into traditional research tracker findings.

Traditional research is often not able to fully explain the ‘whys’ behind findings and numbers a lot of times. Once a study concludes, traditional researchers just need to work with the data that they have. If they have additional questions that need to be answered, they would need to start another study. This is where digital research comes in – because it is possible to pull historical data using social listening tools.

In one of the projects that we did, the Retail Audit and Brand Health Tracker Data showed that a client’s competitor brand had an increase in Market Share and Consumption, despite a decrease in advertising spends. Their Brand Equity score increased including all specific imagery statements (i.e. Love/Taste). What could have caused the increase of this score?

Working together with the Market Research Agency, we were able to identify specific periods when scores increased and looked at social conversations during these periods. After deep-diving into these conversations, we found out that consumers created a new demand occasion for the product which became popular in that country.

More insightful reports - easily done by combining different data sources & social media!
More insightful reports – easily done by combining different data sources & social media!

Popular Use Cases:

  1. Brand Health/Equity Tracking – Market Research can be the basis of qualitative social media data analysis.
  2. Supplementing Qualitative Research – For one of our clients, we found out that online review sites were influential sources of information that affected consumer purchase behavior. Through social listening, we were able to identify which particular websites consumers visited and Qualitative Research explained why people preferred these websites.

 

#3: Combining Social Data with Sales Data

If traditional research has not been done, social data can often explain movements in sales volumes and provides more in-depth insights. Just take note though, there may be a lag between when people talk or search about a product and when they actually purchase it. Hence, it is best to analyze these data points over longer durations to really see the correlations between them.

More insightful reports - easily done by combining different data sources & social media!
More insightful reports – easily done by combining different data sources & social media!

Popular Use Cases:

  1. Campaign Tracking – Ideally, campaigns that you launch should have an impact on sales. Aside from the usual metrics analyzed for post-campaign evaluation reports such as reach, impressions, volume of social conversations, social engagements, etc., you may also look at the correlations between these data points and sales data.
  2. Consumer Purchase Behavior Analysis – For some brands, they may notice that sales volumes peak and drop at certain months of the year. These may not necessarily be because of campaigns especially if they are not implemented on a regular basis. Reasons for seasonality in purchase trends can be uncovered by looking at social data alongside sales data.

 

By no means are these the only data sources that can be integrated with social data (you can also look at website traffic data, digital media performance metrics, among others). The key is to track as much data points as you can and organize your data so you can easily discover correlations whenever you need them.

You’ll never know how much value you can get from your data if you don’t try playing around with it!

Circus Social can help you look at your social, search, sales & many other forms of data to uncover deeper insights – just like how we have helped our clients make sense of theirs!

3 Ways to Leverage on Social Listening for (more) Effective Digital Marketing

As we usher in the Lunar New Year, it’s a good time for us to look back on the 2018’s highs and lows.

Did you achieve the targets and hit the digital KPI’s you set? If not, are you making the most out of the information you gathered about your consumers and achieving high engagement & association scores linked to your objectives?

Leveraging on social listening to understand consumer habits, benchmark and track conversations can do wonders and perfectly complement your marketing strategy.

Here’s how!

Identify Conversation Themes and Brand Associations

Maintaining brand image and driving positive associations requires a structured plan that is built on consumer insights and spotting opportunities from competitive tracking.

 

 

To do this effectively, we encourage our clients to dive into the conversations that netizens are having and focusing on the key category themes that your brand or competitors are mostly mentioned in. Identify common phrases and emotions to get an idea on what netizens associate your brand with. It could be an emotion or a consumption moment; You’ll be surprised at the type of chatter you can find on social media.

 

How you can make use of it

By identifying these common conversation themes, you can streamline and optimize your content calendars for various digital channels. Work with your social media leads or brand ambassadors to map out your communication materials for campaigns that are in line with category conversations.  This allows you to strengthen your brand voice by sharing content linked to existing themes or topics of discussion that your audience is already engaging in.  . Showing your understanding of the key topics that consumers’ discuss and ask about, is important if you want engagement and traction online.

 

Spot popular channels to get targeted/effective reach

Marketing on all social media channels would probably get a lot of reach for your brand, but are you really reaching the audience that matters to you? Are your ad placements and reach numbers converting into leads fast enough? If they’re not, then probably you need to rethink about your strategy.

Why aren’t my reach numbers converting into leads?

Paid media can be a hefty investment so it’s important to target areas that have high traffic and an audience base that talks about relevant topics. For example, if you are marketing electronics to people aged between 21 and 25, then perhaps placing ads and banners on popular E-Commerce sites, might get you a higher click-through-rate as compared to placing it on search engine portals. Determine popular “hang outs” by looking into your consumer online habits (e.g. Do they leave reviews on sites or comment directly on brand ambassadors’ pages? If they are camera-lovers, do they visit Hardwarezone or Nikon Rumours?). You can then focus on these sites for paid media to effectively target your audience. You might also need to consider the type of content, messaging and communication style per channel to create more relevant content. Think about the types of questions your audience is asking on these channels, the pain points they regularly share, and what types of thought-leadership and educational content you can create to drive organic traffic, or boost your paid media as well.

 

Establish Engagement Level Norms during the Year: During Campaigns, and Quiet Periods

“We have to be Always-on!”

That’s something that many of us believe in, but what happens when you are “off ?” Getting traction during periods where your brand does not have a big launch or activation can be a challenge. Instead of aiming to achieve such high traction all the time, establish some engagement norms to identify a healthy traction range for your brand.

What do you mean by a healthy range for engagement?  

Identify the level of engagement that your brand and their biggest competitors typically garner on a weekly or monthly basis. This average can serve as a benchmark as to how much traction your brand should be gathering. Deviating too far from it will be an alert for you to relook your social media engagement strategies and identify opportunities to act. You can even take it one step further by identifying an upper and lower limit of engagement levels to see how much your engagement levels can afford to fluctuate.

 

 

Instead of aiming to achieve high traction all the time, establish some engagement norms.

 

The key takeaway is to understand your audience. Social media intelligence can tell you a lot on your key target market. From brand awareness to brand associations, these are just some of the ways that you can make use of social listening to improve your digital marketing strategies. So the question is, have you been listening?

 

 

The Hashtag Dilemma

The Hashtag Dilemma – What’s happening with the Instagram API and what you can do to make the most of it

WHAT’S THE INSTAGRAM API UPDATE ALL ABOUT?

Instagram and Facebook have been making several changes to their data streams in recent times in order to administer better user privacy and more supervised control over accounts to ensure their authenticity. The most recent update occurred on the 11th of December 2018.

Hence there are several implications on the availability of Instagram data to third-party applications and data providers, such as 20/Twenty, over the course of this year.

Read on below to get an overview of what these changes are, what they imply and how you can continue to still make the most out of Instagram data with 20/Twenty!

WHAT ARE THESE CHANGES?

Apart from cracking down on fake accounts and making their interface more user focused over the past month, Instagram has continued to keep on track with it’s planned API depreciation (discontinuation of Instagram data available for tracking for apps and data providers via its application interface). All these changes are so that users can have better control over their data and securing their privacy.

Instagram tracking now requires Business Account Authentication
Instagram tracking now requires Business Account Authentication

 

Here’s a quick look at the changes to the Instagram API from earlier this year to now –

 

Data Access Type Data Access Availability (Pre-April 2018) Data Access Availability (April 4th 2018) Latest Data Access Availability (Post-April and Dec 11th 2018 Update)
Tracking Posts from Business Accounts Yes Yes Yes
Tracking Hashtags Yes Yes Yes, Limited (Top 30 hashtags for business accounts only)
Tracking engagement data (including the number of likes, comments and shares) Yes Yes, Limited Yes, Limited
Tracking all Post Content (Including Bio, post content, caption) Yes Yes, Limited Yes, Limited
Tracking Posts from Public User Accounts Yes No No
Tracking Posts based on geo-location Yes Yes No
Tracking Follower Lists of Public Authors Yes No No
Visible Data – Author Username Yes No No
Visible Data – Author Gender Yes No No
Ability To Collect Historic Data Yes Yes, Limited Yes, Limited (Past 24 hours only)

Highlights from the latest updates this December that apply to Instagram data via applications and data providers:

  1. Only Instagram Business Accounts will have access to Instagram data and are limited to 30 hashtags per authenticated account
  2. Instagram historic data will only be limited to the last 24 hours
  3. Data from Instagram will no longer carry the following –
    1. Time and Date of Posting
    2. Geo-Location of Posts
    3. Author Usernames
    4. Author Gender
  4. Engagement data per post in the form of likes and comment counts will be limited
  5. Business account and account tracking based on @handles is supported

 

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU & HOW CAN YOU MAKE THE MOST OF THESE CHANGES ON 20/TWENTY?

Circus Social understands how paramount it is to still be up to date with your campaign, brands, and competition, as well as be able to get to the metrics that matter the most to you.
We have hence rolled out a few measures that require our clients to provide authentication via 20/Twenty at the earliest and make the most of these new changes.

 

  1. NEED FOR IMMEDIATE BUSINESS ACCOUNT AUTHORIZATION
    Convert your Instagram Account Into a Business Account
    Convert your Instagram Account Into a Business Account. Image credits: constantcontact.com

    Current Instagram data access is restricted to allowing data access only via Business Accounts and for a limited number of 30 hashtags per unique account.
    In order for you to continue to get access to Instagram data and view rich insights on our platform, you will be required to provide authentication on 20/Twenty.

    Why does this need authentication and what does it mean?

    1. In order for data providers like 20/Twenty to continue collecting data from Instagram, 20/Twenty users need to provide verification that they allow 20/Twenty to collect data on behalf of your account for the data that matters most to you.
    2. You will need to ensure that you are an Admin of a Facebook page and an Instagram Business page that are linked together to proceed with the authentication.
    3. 20/Twenty will allow for you to get full coverage of the 30 hashtags from public accounts as per Instagram’s guidelines.
    4. Please note that all authorizations shared do not involve the storing and accessing of any personal information or data.

The more Business Accounts you provide authentication with, the more Instagram data you can access.

 

  1. INSTAGRAM TRACKING – KEEP IT FOCUSED TO YOUR TOP 30 HASHTAGS*

    Choose the top 30 hashtags most relevant to your business to track them.
    Choose the top 30 hashtags most relevant to your business to track them. Image Credits: AllTheRooms.com

With the updated API rules, each unique Instagram Business Account that you provide authorization for, is limited to 30 hashtags for tracking. This is a limit that Instagram has shared to enable a more controlled data-sharing environment.

It poses a few limitations, but also opportunities for brands and Business users to focus on what data truly matters the most.

*However, you can easily change these hashtags every week to ensure you are tracking more at intervals and are not only restricted to a fixed 30 hashtag limit.

To further expand this 30 hashtag list, do authenticate with other unique Business Account pages to get access to more data.

 

  1. CONTINUED SUPPORT & ANALYSIS

    Circus Social's 20/Twenty provides full support for Instagram
    Circus Social’s 20/Twenty provides full support for Instagram

    Although Instagram has applied a few imitations to the hashtags tracking per Business Account, other features such as below are still available in full and can still be easily accessed on 20/Twenty (This is possible as 20/Twenty is an approved Instagram data provider) :

    1. Tracking all owned Instagram Business page content as well as other Brands Business Posts that you can still track based on @handles you share
    2. All engagement metrics for these Instagram posts
    3. Continued analytics and insights for these Instagram posts
    4. Influencers on Instagram you have partnered with if they also share their authentication on 20/Twenty
    5. You can continue to tag, sort and further analyze Instagram data based on keywords on 20/Twenty

 

All in all, Circus Social is all geared to help you make the best of these Instagram updates and stay ahead in all your social tracking needs.

Have questions or want to learn more? Simply get in touch with us HERE or write to us at info@circussocial.com. You can also contact your Account Manager for a speedy response.

 

 

Data Science at Circus Social

Circus Social is brimming with social intelligence. With a vibrant and vastly talented group of Data Engineers, Data Scientists, and Data Analysts on board – we live and breathe analytics.

More recently, our machine learning capabilities for the 20/Twenty platform have benefitted from a decentralized and distributed structure.

Data Science at Circus Social

Our clients are often faced with a variety of marketing challenges – and we try to work hand-in-hand to find the most efficient way of tackling them. These could include finding solutions to ‘hard-problems‘ like real-time document clustering or- predicting a virality score for posts on social media.

There are also new challenges that occur with changing lifestyles and social media behavior like, automatically grouping similar videos uploaded by users based on different attributes including context, language and emotions where we have to tap in to specializations of both the science and the engineering teams have been only possible with the contribution of both the science and the engineering teams.

While our data science team has created magic with data, predictive and modeling techniques, our engineering team has helped maintain several terabytes of data and created effective machine learning pipelines.

Data Science at Circus SocialThe team’s latest project has been to develop and deploy a real-time document clustering functionality – allowing our clients to find viral content, identify trends and proactively react to crisis situations. The three main phases of this project are feature extraction and selection, document representation and clustering.  After having experimented with a lot of clustering algorithms with speed and cluster quality as the primary metric for evaluation we settled for a hybrid approach that used both K-means and agglomerative hierarchical clustering. K-means, because of its run-time efficiency and agglomerative hierarchical clustering because of the cluster quality. While our initial motivation was to find similar conversations in a given geographical area, we have also started using it to recommend conversations and articles the user is most interested in.

Data Science at Circus Social

At Circus Social, promoting the best ideas not only pampers our love for an open culture but also helps drive an innovative culture that constantly challenges the status quo. As a social media analytics company, we have developed a similar wavelength for Data Science.

From where it all began in the early days of social listening-, to today’s culmination of intelligence, data science & machine learning-, we are truly excited at the possibilities of what the future of 20/Twenty holds for us, our team and our clients.

Intro to Social Media Listening

Introduction to Social Media Listening

Introduction to Social Media Listening

Catching up with friends, finding a soulmate, researching products and shopping, complaining about the things they hate – people are integrating digital into every aspect of their lives. According to We are Social’s Digital in 2018 report, Asia Pacific is home to over 2 billion internet users – and growing rapidly. The number of social media users across the region has grown 14% to roughly 1.7 billion users. Given the continued growth of active social media users, brands must do everything they can to understand the digital behavior of their customers and be proactive with their marketing strategies.

What is Social Media Listening?

Social media listening, also known as social media monitoring or social media intelligence is the process of monitoring specific brand terms, products, competitors or themes and categories that are important to your business. This serves as a valuable tool that can be used to provide a deeper understanding of what’s being said about your brand, your products, your competitors, your category as well as provide actionable insights that can be incorporated into your digital marketing strategy.,

Why you should be Tracking Social

Learn More about your Audience

In order to successfully reach your target audience, you must first know where to find them. Social listening allows brands to find out which social media channels have the highest number of related mentions so that brands can focus their time and effort on the right channel.

Track Campaign Performance

Brands are often worried that their campaigns are not resonating with their customers. Social listening allows brands to track their campaigns so that they are able to see consumer conversations happening in real time on social media.

Depending on consumer reactions to specific campaigns, brands can adapt and make the necessary changes dynamically to ensure a more successful outcome based on objectives.

Build Stronger Relationships with your Customers

With the advent of social media, consumers are increasingly utilizing it as a platform to voice their issues and complaints (for example, product reviews or posts on a brand’s Facebook page if they are experiencing a problem).

A “listening ear” on the ground increases a brands awareness of issues surrounding their products or services. Identifying customer pain points allows brands to adjust their customer service, product or messaging – resulting in a better experience for their customers.

Tracking and Benchmarking Competitors

Knowing your enemy is half the battle won. Social listening helps brands know what people are saying about their competitors online. This allows you to leverage any weaknesses that your competitors are having or develop timely responses to any competitor campaigns that are going viral. You can also benchmark your page, brand or campaign performance with competitors, and identify opportunities for growth.

Crisis Management and Prevention

Managing crisis situations swiftly and decisively is of utmost importance. Social listening allows you to set real time alerts to receive warning of any negative sentiment around your brand. This gives you the ability to identify detractor posts and respond quickly – ensuring minimal damage to the brand.

This early warning system also affords you the maximum amount of time needed to implement contingency plans, if required.

Getting started on your Social Listening Journey

Now that you are ready to start listening, you will need a dedicated social listening platform.

At Circus Social – we are leaders in the digital intelligence space, empowering brands with real-time insights through our social & news monitoring platform, 20/Twenty.
What clients love about 20/Twenty:

– Easy, intuitive design, providing full image & video tracking

– Asian language support including 140 languages across more than 40 countries

– Offline & online news tracking with Dow Jones Factiva

– The ability to track customer intent including leads and decision-making behaviour

– The ability to track by geolocation and latitude & longitude

To find out more, or book a demo click here.

 

A Chance Meeting: Social Media Monitoring

I was at a Business School today to attend an event and met a few people from the industry. Here is an interesting conversation I had with somebody I met. Let’s call him Mr. X.

Mr. X – So what do you do?
Ram – I am an entrepreneur and run a software product company called Circus Social. We do social media monitoring and analytics; and have offices in Singapore and Bangalore.

Mr. X – What exactly is social media monitoring?
Ram – In simple terms, we fetch data, and a lot of it, from multiple social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit etc. and also from several blogs, forums and news sites. We then process and augment this data (with sentiment, gender, removing spam etc) and allow marketers to get insights from this data. We show them trends, insights, a lot of charts and graphs and allow them to make better business decisions.

Mr. X – So you are a big data company. Sounds like tough work. What kind of business decisions can be made?
Ram – Yes, we are indeed a big data company. Currently, our clients are enterprises, typically marketers, who would like to know their customers better, research their markets, analyse their competitors, identify top influencers, get real time alerts on topics of interest etc. We are also launching our SME product shortly.

Mr. X – So, do you invade people’s privacy? Isn’t this data private?
Ram – We only crawl data that is already publicly available. Anything that is private or protected by you is completely out of bounds for us. We do an incredibly good job of collating all of this data in our platform and marketers find tremendous value in quickly viewing trends from 10,000 feet but also in the ability to drill down to understand the “why” and “how” behind the trends.

Mr. X – Will this be useful for my company?
Ram – If people are talking about your company, your brands or topics that you are interested in tracking, you will definitely find it useful.

Mr. X – Where can I get more information?
Ram – Here’s my business card. Please visit our website https://www.circussocial.com where you can find a lot more information about what we do and a list of some of our clients. You can also sign-up for a free demo.

Mr. X – Sounds good. Thank you!
Ram – You are welcome!

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#ICYMI: We’re introducing Sentiment Reports!

Get the pulse of your audience straight to your inbox!

A week ago, we announced an important update to our platform, 20/Twenty. We’re now offering automated Sentiment Reports straight to our clients’ email inboxes, whenever they want them, daily or weekly.

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We’ve brought the power of our enhanced sentiment analysis to automated reports to further benefit our clients.

Today, we’d like to explain more on sentiment analysis.

What is it? 

Sentiment analysis is the process of assigning emotional meaning to media mentions. This would then allow you to understand the attitudes held by different consumers towards your product, campaign, or brand.  For example, a higher percentage of mentions marked positive than negative or neutral would allow you to understand this as a majorly positive reception. Equipped with this information, you would be able to make better, more accurate marketing decisions, quicker.

Why do Sentiment Analysis? 

Sentiment Analysis and application on the 20/Twenty platform allows you to take a large volume of online mentions and process it for sentiment accurately in a much quicker time than a human could manually. With this information, you can consider your brand’s positioning and what the next steps are that you need to take to make yourselves more favorable to consumers.

You can also do a comparison between sentiments on different platforms or over a period of time to gauge the reception to your advertising campaign. On our platform, information comes in real-time so that you can monitor ongoing campaigns as they are being executed too. Combined with our real-time alerts, we’ve enabled our clients to get feedback so they have the chance to make tweaks to their strategy, even if they’re on the ground.

Why are Circus Social’s Sentiment Reports are a must-have for any marketer?

Our report gives marketers an easy way of understanding the changes in brand sentiment day to day with hourly information. Importantly, we’ve included what every marketer would want to know in our automated reports- sentiment changes over time, top positive and negative keywords/topics, sentiments segmented by gender, amongst a ton of other configuration options.

While crises may certainly sway public sentiments towards negative, they rarely happen daily. Sentiment Analysis allows you to keep an eye on your brand’s progress over a period of time, a task that may be exhausting but is definitely worthwhile and necessary in the speed of conversations taking place today.

What are some of the other things you can do with our reports?

  • Gauge responses to and mentions of your brand in real-time
  • Quickly analyse sentiments around your offline-events as well as online campaigns
  • Understand opinions, attitudes, and emotions of customers
  • Identify and keep a track of the most impactful social and news posts
  • Research upcoming trends in your industry
  • Learn more about your competitors

Our Sentiment Analysis Report aims to help you integrate a deep understanding of audience responses with your marketing so that you make better decisions.

After all, great strategy comes from research and a deep understanding of the shifts in your audience’s perceptions of your brand.

If you’re interested in learning more about sentiment analysis, or how we could help your brand track what your audience is really feeling about you, do drop us a mail at info@circussocial.com.  We’re more than happy to help you get a feel of sentiment analysis. 😁

We’re coming to Echelon Asia Summit 2017!

Join Circus Social at this year’s Echelon Asia Summit!

Echelon Asia Summit 2017

Held annually since 2009, Echelon is a digital platform that attracts over 6,000 industry leaders and professionals, specifically for start-ups. This year’s Echelon Asia Summit promises to be an exciting, information-sharing conference where you will get to hear from fellow professionals and experts across the region. As Official Social Listening Partner, Circus Social will be attending the two-day conference from 28th to 29th in Singapore.

Prerna Pant, Speaker at Echelon Asia Summit 2017

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Here’s our Co-Founder and COO, Prerna Pant, at the previous Echelon Thailand conference. Prerna will be taking the stage at Echelon Asia Summit 2017 again to share her insights on social media intelligence. Voted one of Singapore’s favourite female entrepreneurs, Prerna will be discussing how social media data can be leveraged for businesses.

Other Echelon Asia Summit 2017 Details

Dates: June 28th-29th, 2017

Venue: Singapore, Expo Hall 2B

Head over here to register: e27.co/echelon/asia/register

Hope to see you! 🙂

#CircusSocial #ECASIA2017

 

Real-time event tracking with Circus Social – Echelon Thailand 2017

As the Official Social Listening Partner, at Echelon Thailand 2017,  Circus Social powered real-time event tracking and social monitoring at the 2 day conference at Bangkok – from the 15th to the 16th of May.

What did we get up to while we were there?

The Circus Command Centre

We showcased our platform, 20/Twenty and the powerful Circus Command Centre which allowed for effective real-time event tracking and the display of online mentions in the form of strong visuals to attendees. Our Circus Command Centre displayed the most used hashtags and buzzwords during the event as well as the most engaged-with posts. Posts with the Echelon event mentions would be showcased on the Command Centre Screens in real-time, informing viewers of the top trending content around the event – across Social & News.

With the help of 20/Twenty, we could actively track and monitor mentions of the event in real-time; what people were saying about various workshops, talks, and other start-ups, and how much engagement (likes, retweets, or shares) any post received.

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Speaker Zone – COO & Founder Prerna Pant – Talk on Social Media Intelligence for Start-ups and SME’s

During the speaker session in the afternoon, our COO and Co-Founder, Prerna Pant, shared on how brands can use social media data beyond simply crisis management, event tracking and how social listening is crucial across various business verticals as well as business sizes – SME’s as well as larger corporates.

Aside from nipping potential PR crises in the bud, social listening allows brands to do more than just monitor media. They could also draw insights from existing social media data too.

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Here’s a snippet from the talk: “Social listening lets you find additional and unexpected branding and content opportunities. You may get inspired by an industry piece, or find an angle from user-generated organic content that you hadn’t considered before.”

Launched a 14-day free trial of 20/Twenty – Our Next-Gen Social Listening & Monitoring solution

Echelon Thailand might be over but we all know that the social media cycle never stops. Circus Social is excited to share an exclusive offer that could help your business get a quick taste of real-time monitoring and see what social media intelligence can do for your business strategies whether it is to do with content development, product decisions, media spends or simply PR management.

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How can you benefit from our limited-time 14-day trial?

Take a quick spin of real-time listening and monitoring to help you –

  • Monitor updates from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, blogs, forums
  • Monitor both online and offline news
  • Gather deeper insights into your audiences
  • See what people are saying about your brand
  • Find who is influencing the sentiments around your brand
  • Find opportunities for content
  • Find content inspiration
  • Actively find leads

Why not try it out for just two weeks? Click here to see for yourself how our platform performs and book a demo now!