By Greenlight | 24 July 2012 |
Just three days to go to the London 2012 Olympics and Olympic sponsors are ramping up their activity in a last-stitch effort to make the most of their association with the Games. Online conversation about Olympic sponsorship has also gained momentum, more than doubling over the last two weeks to 142k conversations. And at last, on the social media front, Adidas seems to be making positive strides.
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By Krishna Rao | 19 July 2012 |
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By Greenlight | 28 June 2012 |
As the Olympics draw nearer, conversation about brand sponsors is picking up. The last two weeks saw around 63,000 online mentions of Olympic sponsors, compared to 54,000 the two weeks prior. The discussion points to mounting pressure on brands to make the most of their Olympic sponsorship while it lasts. This is no doubt true for our two brands in focus: Adidas and Cadbury. But the story holds a few surprises.
By Greenlight | 13 June 2012 |
With the Diamond Jubilee behind us, and less than 50 days until the start of the Olympic games, things are starting to ramp up for Olympic sponsors. However, the last two weeks reveal the down sides to Olympic sponsorship, with social media playing a central role in delivering the challenge. Find out how the brands we're following have faired and if they're on track when it comes to working the social media relay in their favour.
By Greenlight | 23 May 2012 |
Whenever a new social network starts gaining in popularity (recently it’s been Google+ and Pinterest), there always seems to be a mad rush to add the new network’s ‘share’ button to every web page on the planet in fear of missing out on a traffic deluge. But are you really going to miss out on traffic if you don’t include these buttons or widgets on your site?
By Krishna Rao | 10 October 2011 |
UK online searches for loans saw a 6 per cent rise on January levels totalling 966,202 in July, according to the latest independent research from leading specialist search and social marketing agency, Greenlight. According to the report, ‘Retail Banking Issue 9’, those for mortgages, which in January accounted for the lion’s share of retail banking-related searches, dropped 14 per cent. It was likewise for credit and debit card and bank account-related searches, which decreased by 7 per cent and 4 per cent, respectively.