Month: April 2015

#Olytico Trends Weekly Review of Social Media Analysis 3.24.15

Each week, the team at Olytico select some of the best examples of social media monitoring and analysis from across the globe. This week we look at four key pieces of research: how people reacted to “Game of Thrones”; the #ZeroTrollerance campaign; top tweeting political journalists; and how Twitter can predict Emergency Room rush hours. Who’s Trending …

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A Nation of Chocoholics – Social Listening reflects our love of Easter eggs

Ireland is a country obsessed with chocolate at the best of times but Easter sees our nation of chocoholics reach unparalleled levels buying almost 17 million Easter eggs. Here at Olytico HQ, we like our Easter eggs as much as the next person, but what we really love is trying to understand how the nation …

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#Olytico Trends Weekly Review of Social Media Analysis 10.4.15

Men Send More Politically Tagged Tweets “Over the past month, BBC Trending found that 75% of tweets containing such hashtags came from men, compared to just 25% by women.” Social analysis by BBC Trending found that over the past month, 75% of all tweets containing political hashtags came from men. The article explores the startling gender …

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Seachtain na Gaeilge – Analysing #SNAG15 on Twitter

Lily Lieberman is a Junior at Arizona State. She is currently interning with Olytico as part of the CAPA study abroad programme. When I first decided to study abroad in Dublin, family and friends continuously asked if I would be able to understand the accents, let alone comprehend the Irish language. I wasn’t particularly worried …

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