Dear Violet, this is a secret message. A blog actually, one that has nothing to do with the business objectives, but is still very important to me. To be honest, a blog I shouldn’t even be writing, which I’m going to publish anyway. The reason I’m writing this blog now, is because we’ve come to the end of an era. You’re leaving Buzzcapture.
The base of reputation management starts with good monitoring: mapping, protecting and improving online reputation. Therefore you must clearly define what you need monitoring and which information is important for your organization? Just as important is making sure the information is brought to the attention of the right people in an understandable and feasible manner. An efficient and effective information stream leads to awareness and (when necessary) action.
To help further develop the online presence and findability of Buzzcapture, Ayolt de Roos has been included in the marketing team as the new Online Marketer. In his role, Ayolt will be responsible for managing all online content, making the right social advertising decisions and translating the collected data into actionable insights. This all with the goal to increase the brand awareness and conversion of Buzzcapture.
A monitoring tool and the use of (social) media monitoring has become an everyday practice for many big and small organizations. Next to this, a (social) media tool has become a crucial element in the information flow, strategy and reputation management of organizations. Every month Buzzcapture asks a Communication and Reputation Management expert 5 questions about (social) media monitoring (SMM). This month: Ruurd Jansen, senior reputation & brand analyst for NS (Dutch Railways).
Marketingfacts has published this interview with Jansen.
With this blog we would like to share the new features released by the major social media platforms last month. What’s new, hot and what’s not? The following 5 tips will update you on the latest developments in the world of social media.
As PR manager and or spokesperson, you are responsible for the online and offline reputation of your brand. Spokespersons and PR managers are important for organizations when things go well, but perhaps even more important if it is not going well. Anything a spokesperson says has the potential to be put under a magnifying glass by the media. Any small slip made can have immediate effect on the reputation of an organisation. A crisis can occur anytime.
The people at Buzzcapture (so called Buzzies) are proud of the work they deliver. From a new feature release to working towards an insights deadline. We defined our core values and one of them is ‘true experts’. In this series (Fact checking with…) you will meet the experts at Buzzcapture.
Before the social media era, organizations were mainly used to transmit information, preferably via mass media. Not only do you have to organize incoming communications (call center, webcare) differently these days, but also better. Brands are also required to participate immediately with a relevant response.
What a night. After months of campaigning there was finally the big climax of the election campaign in the USA between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. In this blog we set out how the Netherlands experienced this election night when Trump became president. We did research on Dutch social media during the overnight hours. What stands out?
A new branding chart is launched today in The Netherlands: The National Brand Top 40. This new chart gives a unique view on the popularity of brands combined with data from both offline and online sources.
On November 3,2016 Dutch ING Bank, in collaboration with Buzzcapture, will commence a pilot with a new service for journalists: ING News via WhatsApp. Journalists who register for the service form that date will receive daily news alerts about and from ING. Both ING Netherlands and the ING Group commence the pilot with a separate phone number. ING expects to be able to respond more quickly to current events and relevant news as well as to inform only relevant journalists.
In this blog we discuss new features of leading social media platforms that came out in last month. What’s new, what’s hot and what’s not? In this blog we will tell you about the recently announced features through 6 news facts we captured especially for you.
Some questions always pop-up when we give lectures, master classes or in prospect pitches. Even existing clients sometimes don’t know all our products and services. Let’s get things straight and interview our CEO Alex van Leeuwen. About what we do, why and what the future looks like.
In this blog we discuss new features of leading social media platforms that came out in last month. What’s new, what’s hot and what’s not? In this blog we will tell you about the recently announced features through 9 news facts we captured especially for you.
For the second year in a row, Buzzcapture’s Brand Monitor has been chosen as one of the best social media monitoring tools worldwide. The renowned Swiss media research company Goldbach Interactive studied 180 social media monitoring tools and distilled the Top-10 from there.
The reputation analysis tool (Brand Monitor) of Buzzcapture aggregates all media types, including offline channels such as print media, radio and television. This is a great advantage for reputation managers and communication specialists that need to stay on top of what’s being said while having access to metrics such as reach, geo-data, influencer marketing and media value, on a global level.
The diversity and scope of social media has presented new and exciting opportunities to enhance the reputation of your business. It also presents corresponding risks. Since there are minimal restrictions on material that can be published online, Online Reputation Management (ORM) is now more critical than ever
Reputation management with a tool: how does that work exactly?
Obviously you want to keep an eye on your reputation and respond and manage where necessary. A monitoring tool is an addition to your communication strategy in this process. Not only to always stay informed, but also to keep an eye on the active stakeholders themselves, while staying on top of possible hazards and opportunities. If you purchase a tool you can imagine that you can soon not see the wood for the trees with all that data being picked up online. In this respect it is extremely important that you use the tool in the right way – aligning it with your communication objectives. How do you do that? Below I sketch 4 tips to always keep abreast of your online reputation.
Are you passionate about big data, scalability problems or cool data visualisations? Then team Buzzcapture is looking for you! We are working on the latest trends in media monitoring and for the second year in a row we have been chosen as one of the best media monitoring tools worldwide. We have an informal yet ambitious culture, our team of developers and social media consultants works from the center of Amsterdam and we are looking right now for a new Backend Python Developer.
In this blog we discuss new features of leading social media platforms that came out in June 2016. What’s new, and what’s hot? In this blog we will tell you about the recently announced features of the leading social media platforms.
In this blog we discuss new features of leading social media platforms that came out in June 2016. What’s new, and what’s hot? In this blog we will tell you about the recently announced features of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.
Between 24 and 28 May 2016 the Netherlands is the beating heart of the global startup community. Thousands of people from all around the world will get together to shape the future of the new economy. Among them will be entrepreneurs, developers, hackers, investors and corporate innovators. The organisation of Startup Fest Europe has managed to invite some impressive names to the Netherlands such as the executives of Apple, Uber, Airbnb and Alphabet.
In this blog we discuss new features of leading social media platforms that came out in May 2016. What’s new, and what’s hot? In this blog we will tell you about the recently announced features of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
I work in a media monitoring company, we collect and analyze (social) media data and we sell our customers interactive dashboards, reports, narrowcasts and infographics which give them insight in what’s happening around their brand online.
Buzzcapture develops products for analysis and visualisation of social media data, such as interactive dashboards, narrowcasts, infographics and real-time alerts. We scrape and analyse millions of messages from twitter, facebook and other social media 24 hours a day. All this data is stored in an ElasticSearch cluster.
Last week a new Buzzcapture blog was published at Marketingfacts. This blog is all about network visualisation: which Twitter accounts are retweeted most by Marketingfacts bloggers? How can Buzzcapture show a retweetnetwork and why can this be interesting for every Social Media manager?
Tour de France 2015 on Twitter. Which cyclists, team and Dutchie has the most followers on Twitter? And what is trending topic on social media at this moment? Check all Tour de France postings in our social narrowcast.
Are you passionate about big data, cool data visualisations and user interaction? Apply @Buzzcapture!
We are working on the latest trends in media monitoring. We have an informal yet ambitious culture. Our team of developers and social media analysts works from the Amsterdam canals and we are looking right now for a new Senior Frontend Developer.
Are you passionate about big data, scalability problems or cool data visualisations? Then team Buzzcapture is looking for you!
Today’s post is from the tech team; since we come from five different countries, our work (and this post) is in English. Today our CTO Eike Dehling investigating sentiment analysis.
Today’s post is from the tech team; since we come from five different countries, our work (and this post) is in English. Today we’re investigating a Python concurrency library,
asyncio, from the inside out.
Today’s post is from the tech team; since we come from five different countries, our work (and this post) is in English. We’re proud of the quality of our tag clouds and trending topic charts: