Our team has a huge amount of respect for the Pew Research Center, so naturally when they published a list of their researchers on Twitter we decided to rank order them using ORBIT™, our algorithm that measures online influence across five distinct factors. Here’s what we found:
SocialSphere Founder and CEO and Harvard Kennedy School Director of Polling John Della Volpe is honored to be named an Ad Club of Boston ‘Future Legend’ for 2013. John was presented with the award at the Ad Club’s 100th Anniversary Gala on June 26, 2013.
In a statement, the Ad Club said that the ‘Future Legend’ Award “recognizes those leaders who have dramatically altered the fabric of Boston’s marketing communications industry.” John was honored alongside fellow Future Legends including Andrew Graff, CEO and Chairman of Allen & Gerritsen, and Barbara Goose, President of Digitas Boston and Detroit.… Read More
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With clients ranging from major Hollywood entertainment studios and national sports leagues, to luxury brands, public affairs groups and non-profits, SocialSphere develops innovative tools, platforms, and strategies for our clients to identify and engage with their most influential customers.… Read More
Until recently, when you talked about using Weibo, the Chinese term for microblog, social media aficionados were forced to ask, “Which one?” After all, the Twitter-like networks of two major Chinese conglomerates, Tencent Holdings and Sina Corp, have both appropriated that title. For years, Tencent Weibo was the correct answer—it funneled users from two of its other holdings, QQ and QZone, platforms similar to MySpace and AOL Instant Messenger that still boast the most registered users of any non-Facebook service in the world.… Read More