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Early-warning Risk Intelligence allows brands to fully embrace TikTok

Early-warning Risk Intelligence allows brands to fully embrace TikTok

TikTok, the addictively simple video-sharing social media platform, was officially the most downloaded app of 2020. They beat out Facebook for the most downloads last year, which represents a three-spot jump for TikTok from 2019.

Using Early-warning Risk Intelligence to determine disruptive risks

Using Early-warning Risk Intelligence to determine disruptive risks

When a crisis is brewing, the public looks to the top of a company for leadership. When handled poorly or completely ignored by the leadership team, an issue can quickly become a full-blown crisis, resulting in boycotts, loss of sales—or worse.

Harmful content is creating incredible risk for brands

Harmful content is creating incredible risk for brands

Social media has always been a great opportunity for brands to boost customer loyalty, engage consumers, generate leads, enhance sales, build reputation—and grow their organizations. 

The new enterprise mindset: Continuous risk and crisis readiness

The new enterprise mindset: Continuous risk and crisis readiness

Who could have anticipated 2020? Surely the implausible confluence of environmental, social, and governance, plus technology (ESG+T) risks exacerbated by a global pandemic could never have been foreseen.

Using risk intelligence to manage crises and protect against brand reputational damage

Using risk intelligence to manage crises and protect against brand reputational damage

Your company's reputation is a priceless asset. When the character and credibility of your brand are publicly called into question, the damage can have a lasting and dramatic effect on enterprise value.

Find the risks to your brand in the deep web before they find you

Find the risks to your brand in the deep web before they find you

The internet has transformed the way the world does business. In just three decades, it has given organizations of every size easy access to a global marketplace, streamlined internal and external communication, and taken consumer engagement to a new level.

How alcohol brands can adapt to the online scrutiny of Gen Zers

How alcohol brands can adapt to the online scrutiny of Gen Zers

Alcohol brands have their work cut out for them with legal-aged Generation Z.

Extremism and its contagion effect on brand reputation

Extremism and its contagion effect on brand reputation

The latest moment of truth for brands on social media has intensified around financial service companies, with consumers threatening to cancel their cards, after Tuesday night’s U.S. presidential debate. 

Streaming services face greater issues as movie distribution shifts

Streaming services face greater issues as movie distribution shifts

The latest flashpoint in America’s highly politicized culture war has centered on Netflix, one of many in a long flow of controversy surrounding streaming services and how they launch new series and movies directly into our homes.

The risks and rewards of a corporate social justice culture

The risks and rewards of a corporate social justice culture

Every year, Nielsen takes a measured look at corporate social responsibility initiatives to see if they change the way organizations perform, both in reputation and with increased sales. What they find, year-after-year, is that consumers are willing to pay extra for products and services from companies that support their same values. 

Brandstanding: How today’s brands must view social responsibility

Brandstanding: How today’s brands must view social responsibility

In 1970, Milton Friedman, an American economist who won a Nobel Peace Prize, famously said, “There is one and only one social responsibility of business—to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free competition without deception or fraud.”

The double-edged sword of values-based marketing

The double-edged sword of values-based marketing

It’s hard to believe there was a time when brands could do incredibly creative things, such as augmented reality or encourage user-generated content related to a campaign, and the world heralded their ingenuity, without the worry of harassment or disruption from instigators.

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