Topic: Social Media Moderation
Protect the safety and wellbeing of your fashion influencers
For fashion houses, finding audacious ways to grab the attention of fans and consumers means trying to stand out in a crowded social media milieu. One of the most powerful tactics they can use is working with influencers. This is true for many brands, and it brings with it a specific risk: hatred directed at your valued personalities.
The risk in ignoring rising stakeholder expectations
With environmental, social and governance (ESG) agendas increasingly in the spotlight, companies have been put on notice by an expanded horizon of stakeholder audiences.
Avoid fumbling opportunities and score with Super Bowl social media
The blueprint for a modern-day Super Bowl winner is a quick-thinking, opportunistic offense and a dominant, adaptable defense. Brands planning their own scenario for social media activities during the Big Game would be wise to embrace the same scheme this year to overcome unprecedented uncertainty.
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.
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.
Sports leagues continue their off-the-field fight against online hate
Sports exert a powerful influence on life, imparting values such as teamwork, perseverance, and fair play for those who participate and spectate. Pro sports have continued to step up and shine a bright light on the ongoing international movement for anti-racism and social justice.
Extended Black Friday season increases consumer scrutiny of brands
Even with life thrown out of whack by the pandemic, holiday shoppers experience a Pavlovian response when they hear those two little words, “Black Friday.”
Go beyond listening and monitoring to social media moderation
As long as social media has been around, brands have worked to interact with consumers online to figure out what they want and how to satisfy those expectations. This has traditionally been achieved through social media listening and monitoring. These tools have provided a way for companies to understand what’s happening on their brand-owned social media channels concerning their products, services—and even competitors.
How harmful content online has put brands at risk
It’s no secret that social media usage among consumers has increased, in some cases exponentially, since the beginning of the pandemic. As a result of COVID-19, people around the globe have been isolated from each other, compelling them to turn to online platforms for their social media interactions, and creating a surge in users and content.
Hatejacking: When bad people target and exploit good brands
Think about who poses a credible threat to your brand. Did you include web-savvy bigots, soft-brained conspiracists, and grifters or opportunists affiliated with the alt-right?
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.
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.
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