[Infographic] Socialmedia worldforum N. America – Post-Game Analysis
This week the socialmedia worldforum stopped by NYC for a 2 day event at the Javitz Center. Thousands of people from around the globe attended – in person and virtually – to discuss the latest in social media and its impact on business and our daily lives. Throughout the event there was a seemingly endless lineup of exciting speakers from the likes of JP Morgan CHASE, Hershey’s, Hilton, Nike and many more.
Some highlights that generated considerable buzz with the audience: CocaCola’s Michael Donnelly discussed their social media and Facebook strategies (CocaCola currently has the most popular page on Facebook). Ted Rubin of Collective Bias who never fails to entertain, generated fun response in the audience and on Twitter when he offered a fool-proof solution to the blues – “whenever you’re unhappy, just go outside and skip!”. Even NASA stopped by to discuss their fascinating approach to social media. Did you know that they currently have astronauts tweeting from space? Check out @astro_aggie and @astro_satoshi if you’d like to follow.
At Synthesio, we’re always interested in analyzing the online impact of global events, so we analyzed all event-related tweets (2,500), and created an infographic with some of our findings including the geographic breakdown and top 10 global influencers driving the Twitter conversation. We utilized our proprietary SynthesioRank influence ranking system, currently being used by clients including Microsoft, Nissan and Johnson & Johnson to identify influential sites, online communities and individuals, and optimize their marketing and engagement efforts.