Social Media is a mass of data – conversations, links,
groups, friends, interests – and buried in this data are invaluable insights for business.
Awedience mines Twitter for subjects, campaigns, accounts – mapping out individual groups
and communities and subject based conversations, then identifies who drives, leads and influences each one.
Products, brands, ideas, campaigns - Awedience mines Twitter data to extract accounts, conversations, groups that we need for analysis and insight
Awedience takes an unstructured mass of social data and creates structure, identifying tightly connected communities that converse and share around subjects
And within each of these mined communities, we identify subjects, themes, who follows and who leads, who shares, all in the context of THIS community
Build and strengthen Twitter followings, tailor content and target prospects, find new prospect groups, understand the voice of the customer
We’d love to hear how Awedience could help you.
You would think that politicians would improve their personal appeal if they engaged in conversation with their constituents. But, is this actually the case? We recently did some deep analysis of data we hold on the UK General Election 2015. We found that there is a negative correlation between candidates’ predicated share of vote and
In the run-up to the launch of our new platform, we thought it would be interesting to create an Election-specific version. We’ve been collecting and analysing data from a number of sources and the results have been fascinating. In this post I’m going to address “Is there data on Twitter that correlates with current polling
Awedience recently published an election-specific version of its new soon-to-be-released analysis platform http://election.awedience.com. We’ve gathered data on all the candidates for the 2015 UK General Election and done some great deep-dive analysis on those with Twitter accounts. All you need is a postcode to drill into all the candidates for that constituency. However, in order
The Awedience data team were mulling over some ideas this morning whilst drawing the perfect espresso. Time for a quick check on Twitter’s current trending topics. Whilst Awedience in no way espouses any political affiliation, a hashtag did pique our interest from a data discovery perspective. So, like the Eye of Sauron we decided to
Twitter Ads UK tweeted this message this morning. It links to a blog post about how brands tweeted during this year’s Wimbledon. How brands tweeted as Wimbledon played out https://t.co/4RYgjr2CqM pic.twitter.com/ka61DOMvNY — Twitter Ads UK (@TwitterAdsUK) July 9, 2014 On the face of it, it quotes some very impressive statistics. Some messages were retweeted thousands