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Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz
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Web Summit 2013 Dublin - pre conference Social Media Buzz

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The analysis contains 171 opinions about the Web Summit and over 91% of them are positive. The majority of positive opinions concern a participation in the conference. …

The analysis contains 171 opinions about the Web Summit and over 91% of them are positive. The majority of positive opinions concern a participation in the conference.

Negative ones generally express a dissatisfaction with too high ticket’s prices and excessive advertisements.

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  • 1. Web Summit Dublin 2013 Web Summit – the Europe’s biggest technology-industry conference is taking place in Dublin in the end of October. Each year the event attracts plenty of planet's leading startups and technology companies and this fall over 7000 attendees from all over the globe will come to Ireland to hear from more than 350 speakers. It is a great opportunity to present a startup and share latest innovations with leading founders, investors CEOs, inventors, designers and thinkers. Moreover, Web Summit offers numerous programs and competitions which enables every bright mind to take part in the conference. Photo source: Livestream.com / Sociable.co
  • 2. Analysis description The analysis is based on 3062 results gathered from the Internet monitoring between June 1st and July 15th. This data contains all the contents connected with this year's Web Summit, which takes place in Dublin on October 30th-31st 2013. The reach of discussion includes 3 015 273 peoples. The analysis contains data processing from 106 domains and subdomains. 3062Total number of threads 3 015 273 Number of people who met the contents connected with Web Summit
  • 3. Sources The most active source of mentions was Twitter, which generated over 2415 results (79%). Mentions from Facebook make up only about 10% of all and do not play an important role in the analysis. Web Summit
  • 4. 43% 4%6% 11% 4% 11% 3% 2% 2% 14%People's Stage voting Web Summit's shared comments Tony Hawk added to speaker lineup Startups at Web Summit Pub summit Press articles STARTSF on Livestream Attendance at Web Summit Question to WebSummitHQ Others Contents’ categories Web Summit
  • 5. Opinions The analysis contains 171 opinions about the Web Summit and over 91% of them are positive. The majority of positive opinions concern a participation in the conference. Negative ones generally express a dissatisfaction with too high ticket’s prices and excessive advertisements. Web Summit Participation in the Web Summit 29% Pub Summit 19% Desire to participate 12% Tony Hawk at the Web Summit 9% Genereal opinion about the conference 7% WebSummit crew 6% Speakers at the conference 4% Paddy Cosgrave 4% STARTSF 4% Website 3% Other 3% Positive mentions
  • 6. Sample opinions
  • 7. Web Summit positive
  • 8. Web Summit positive
  • 9. Web Summit positive
  • 10. Web Summit negative
  • 11. Web Summit People’s Stage voting Data includes 1326 requests for a „like” in a public vote for the People’s Stage. The majority shared their comments on Twitter (84%). The graph below presents the number of requests for a vote between the June 18th and July 15th. Increased amount of comments on particular days is generally connected with changes in voting schedule and with approaching a deadline of competition's rounds. • 18th of June – launching the People's Stage for 25 speakers; • 26th of June – increase of the amount of speakers from 25 to 50, extending the application deadline; • 5th of July – the end of the first pool in the first round; • 9th of July – beginning of voting for the second pool; • 15th of July – the end of the first round
  • 12. Web Summit 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 DeleOdufuye(137) AkshayShah(47) JorgenPoulsen(46) MikeSmith(44) BarryAdams(34) GithinWilson(33) JasonTeagues(32) EvertBopp(27) ChrisAllen(26) SarahPeracha(24) CarolineBergaud(23) CiaránFlanagan(22) MichaelDeMonte(20) RutheFarmer(19) DonWettrick(17) Numberofcomments Other Facebook Twitter People’s Stage voting To increase their chances, each nominee for the People’s Stage shared their nominations on Twitter, Facebook and other sites. This chart presents how many comments with request for vote for a particular nominee the users shared. The total number of mentions for each person (in brackets) is divided into those posted on Twitter, Facebook and on other sites. The chart includes only 15 most popular names. 143 nominations were shared only once, 49 – twice and 83 nominations 3 up to 16 times.
  • 13. Conclusion Almost 80% results comes from Twitter Opinions make up 5,6% of all contents More than 90% opinions are positive and they mainly concern participation in the conference 1326 results are requests for a vote for the People Stage, which make up 43% all mentions
  • 14. An Overview of the Analysis Tool
  • 15. About Brand24. Brand24 is a powerful, yet affordable tool for real-time social media monitoring and analytics. Designed to keep track of online conversations about your brand and products. Brand24 collects real-time social data from millions of sources. Our web-based dashboard provides actionable customer insights, email alerts, influencer analysis, automated & customized PDF reports, infographics and many more. Brand24 allows you to measure key metrics around buzz and sentiment.
  • 16. Awards & Achievements
  • 17. Brand24 Social Media Monitoring Natalia Chrzanowska natalia.chrzanowska@brand24.net Mike Sadowski mike@brand24.net Twitter@SocialMemos wwww.brand24.net facebook.com/brand24 twitter.com/brand24app US: +1 (718) 737-7639 1562 First Ave #205-2290 New York, NY 10028-4004

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