Articles in the Social Media Category
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A few months ago, Q4 CEO Darrell Heaps shared his thoughts on why every public company should be tweeting their earnings on this very blog. In the post, Darrell provided interesting stats on the growing investor use of Twitter as a research tool as well as reaffirming his stance that companies needs to make their presence felt on Twitter as, in his words, news breaks on Twitter.
In a short video for IR Magazine, Darrell further explains his stance on the power of live-tweeting during earnings. Particularly, he notes that by …
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Last week, we were pleased to share with you the latest in a series of special reports published by IR Magazine. This latest report, dedicated to looking at trends and best practices around corporate reporting, featured variety of articles from both IR Magazine’s own regular contributors along with experts from all over the industry.
Last week, we highlighted Q4 CEO, Darrell Heaps’s contribution to the report regarding corporate reporting in the digital age. This week, we would like to provide you with some key points highlighted by IR Magazine editor, Tim …
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For those of you not already initiated, Broc Romanek, Editor at theCorporateCounsel.net, has an excellent series of videos on CoporateAffairs.tv. The videos are primarily focused on delivering news and education in business and corporate law, but in playful and often times, absurdist nature (sometimes under the guise of alter ego Cap’n Cashbags). Anyone looking to get the latest news and best practices in the worlds of business, investors relations and corporate governance, we strongly suggest checking out the channel for Broc’s unique spin. Broc has long been a go to thought …
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A couple of weeks ago, we shared our first 3 tips to make the most out of your corporate blog. Most of those tips had to do with changing the way you approach content so that you are able to regularly update your blog while keep the focus and messaging geared towards a corporate audience. The next 3 tips continue along the same lines to help you maintain a varied and rich corporate blog.
A picture is worth a thousand words
While written content is essential to the blog format, there are …
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The other day, NIRI hosted an excellent webinar on social media strategies for investor relations. For anyone who did not get the opportunity to attend this informative discussion, we strongly suggest you check out the archived webinar here.
The webinar was unique in that NIRI was able to cull together a diverse panel to really highlight all the different perspectives surrounding social media and IR. Dennis Walsh, Vice President at Sharon Merrill, moderated the discussion. Walsh has long been a proponent of social media use for investor relations and was the …
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A few weeks ago, I attended the NIRI National conference in Las Vegas. Q4 was a big sponsor this year and we had an amazing experience, getting the chance to catch up with old friends and launching our new Big Data initiative and Q4 Surveillance & Analytics product.
This year at the conference, I had the opportunity to attend a number of great breakout sessions as well as sit on a panel discussing social media and capital markets. A common theme I noticed amongst the breakout sessions as well as conversations I …
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Working with our clients, we are always pleased when they want to find new avenues to communicate with their investors. In today’s online world, companies need to be taking advantage of the multiple communication channels available to them. The more interaction with investors, the better.
One channel that we are seeing companies take advantage of is the corporate blog. Corporate blogs are a great way to communicate with investors because they allow you to share long form ideas and concepts that other social channels cannot. An effective corporate blog is a …
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Q4 Web Systems, the fast growing provider of online investor relations solutions for public companies, today announced a strategic partnership related to their Big Data initiative with Finmaven, a leading provider of social intelligence data for finance professionals.
The partnership is part of Q4’s ongoing efforts to expand the information and insight they are providing to IR professionals to help manage their investor relations and communication efforts in today’s rapidly changing world. The partnership combines the financial social media data and analysis from Finmaven with the capital market and investor relations …
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I came across this live infographic this morning and wanted to share it here. In the 131 seconds I viewed the infographic, approximately 2,957,194 GB of data was transferred over the internet. Take a minute and check out the Internet in Real-Time.
Click the image to open the interactive version (via Penny Stocks Lab).
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In the last couple of months there have been a number of blog posts and think-pieces on the subject of shareholder activism. With high-profile activists like Carl Icahn and Daniel Loeb regularly making headlines and swaying public thought through their canny use of social media, it is clear that the tide is turning for public companies and how they manage their relationships with investors online.
A recent article published by Lexpert.ca discusses the impact of a recent tweet from Carl Icahn announcing that he had acquired a position on in Talisman …