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What Exactly Is Social Media Intelligence?

What Exactly Is Social Media Intelligence?

If you work in marketing or advertising, you take for granted that gathering or analyzing social media intelligence is an integral part of your job.

But if you take a step back and ask, “What exactly is social media intelligence?” it can be a helpful exercise in examining what to do with the intel gleaned and what the point is of collecting it in the first place.

The graphic below from New Brand Analytics breaks down social intelligence into four clean quadrants.

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If These Walls Could Tweet: Tom Coates Builds Twitter Feed For His San Francisco Home

Having a dynamic relationship with your home has become a realistic possibility, thanks to products like Nest, an intelligent thermostat that automatically adjusts the temperature in your house, and Twine, which adds Internet connectivity to devices.

San Franciscan Tom Coates has taken this Internet of Things interest one step further, with the Twitterization of his home.

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The Smartest People Prefer Twitter To LinkedIn And Facebook, Research Shows [STUDY]

When it comes to social networking, a new study has revealed that Twitter users could well be the smartest of them all.

Psychometric testing company Onetest surveyed 2,851 graduates from around Australia, exploring the outcomes (life satisfaction, salary and career progression) of people who had entered the workforce between 2002 and 2011, before cross-referencing this data against their social network of choice.

And the results? While only four percent listed Twitter as their preferred social tool, these respondents had the “highest cognitive abilities” of users across all the main social channels.

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