Articles in the Social Media Category
Best Practices, Featured, IR Websites, Product, Social Media »
Press release content shared from Q4 IR websites now automatically updates LinkedIn, Google+ and Facebook previews. Twitter cards also automatically created for authorized corporate websites.
Today, we’re pleased to announce our latest Q4 Web product release. This release adds a number of new features to the platform that will set both our clients websites as well as their social media efforts apart from the pack and provide greater value to the online experience of their investors.
The main update that both our clients and their social media followers will notice is the …
Featured, IR Websites, irchat, Reporting, Research, Social Media »
With a growing number of investors visiting Q4 powered websites on a monthly basis, we’ve been able to learn a tremendous amount about what matters to them. This has given us the opportunity to look closely at the patterns of how investors use corporate and investor relations websites (IR websites) across our large network of clients.
There are some interesting findings. For example, when looking at what sources bring investors to IR websites (as shown in the image below), Google is #1, but doesn’t beat direct by that much. Following those two is …
Best Practices, Featured, IR Websites, Social Media »
Due to popular demand, we have put compiled all of the examples (along with commentary) from our webinar: ‘The Top 5 Problems with IR Websites and the Best Practices to Solve Them’ in an ebook to make it easy for you to consume and share the information.
Q4 Web: Top 5 Problems with IR websites webinar ebook from Q4 Web Systems
If you weren’t able to listen to the archive yet, you can access it here: http://www.q4blog.com/2014/02/25/the-top-5-problems-with-ir-websites-and-the-best-practices-to-solve-them-webinar-replay-and-highlights/.
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Best Practices, Featured, Partners, Social Media »
What follows is an interview with Vinny Jindal, Co-founder and CEO of Stockr – a company that is breaking new ground in enabling a two-way dialogue between companies and their investors. Stockr recently hosted a Q&A session between Senior Biotech Analyst Dr. Ren Benjamin, Thermogenesis (NASDAQ: KOOL), and TotipotentRx, who Thermogenesis has announced the intention to acquire.
By holding this Q&A at Stockr, Thermogenesis provided the investing public with an unprecedented opportunity normally reserved for professionals: ACCESS. Because the company was in a proxy solicitation at the time, they wanted every investor …
Best Practices, Featured, Research, Social Media »
We recently shared a case study of how Alcatel uses Google+ to share investor-related information. Today, we discuss a few examples of how Lululemon and Bayer use Pinterest.
Since 2009, Q4 Web Systems has published an annual series of whitepapers based on our research into social media use by public companies. The social media landscape continues to evolve, and new platforms and channels emerge, showing rapid growth in some sectors. Our mid-2013 research included findings on the largest sample of public companies yet – 890 in total – and we began …
Conferences, Featured, IR Websites, Mobile, Social Media »
Onboard an early flight to NYC, I wanted to share some thoughts on my experiences traveling across the country speaking about the web, social media and mobile.
My 2014 has started off with a significant pace with about 2 speaking gigs a month. Last year I logged about 30K miles travel, a new personal record. Comparatively, I know that many of our clients are traveling upwards of 100K a year so I knew I had a long way to go. Although at this pace, I should do over 60k miles this …
Best Practices, Featured, Research, Social Media »
Since 2009, Q4 Web Systems has published an annual series of whitepapers based on our research into social media use by public companies. As time passes, the social media landscape continues to evolve, and new platforms and channels emerge, showing quite rapid growth. Our mid-2013 study included research on the largest sample of public companies yet – 890 in total – and we began to track the use of the emerging Google+ platform.
A bit about Google+
Google+ has an advantage over other new social platforms, as it has the power of …
Best Practices, Featured, IR Websites, Research, Social Media »
Last year, Q4 was fortunate enough to work with The Brunswick Group on a webinar recapping their study on Investor and Analyst Trends on Using Digital and Social Media. The findings from last year showed a marked increase of investors and analysts using corporate & IR websites and social media to research publicly traded companies.
Brunswick Group has now just released the 2014 edition of the study. As with last year, the results show that investors and analysts have increased their use of both digital and social media to learn more …
Best Practices, Featured, Headline, IR Websites, Mobile, Social Media »
On Thursday, February 20 our CEO, Darrell Heaps took a large audience through a live and interactive tour of the top 5 problems with some IR websites along with numerous best practice examples on how to solve them.
We have embedded the presentation below. However, we recommend that you also listen to the replay. In order to do so, if you didn’t previously register to listen to the live webinar, you’ll need to in order to listen to the archive. Click here to register.
The Top 5 Problems with IR Websites …
Corporate Governance, Featured, Social Media »
Last week, I had the pleasure of presenting ‘Social Media Risks and Opportunities’ to a group of audit committee chairs in Toronto, Canada. The group comprises The Canadian Audit Committee Network (CACN) and the members are drawn from leading Canadian companies committed to improving the performance of audit committees and enhancing trust in financial markets.
The network is organized and led by Tapestry Networks with the support of Ernst & Young (EY) as part of EY’s continuing commitment to board effectiveness and good governance.
As I have blogged about before here, corporate …