Welcome to iSentia Greater China

Welcome to our latest newsletter, the iSentia Eye.

It has already been another fast-paced and action-packed year across the media, communications and marketing industries. Following our listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in June, we are more excited than ever to be part of this vibrant space where we are all seeing new trends in digital campaigns and the integration between different media channels.

In this newsletter we also provide you with some tips on handling a PR crisis, discuss concerns some of your clients may have about their own staff’s social media activity and how you could repurpose your content for different channels of communications.

Our social media team has undertaken research and provided an informative infographic into finding the right time to post on the different social media platforms. We also talk about some of the exciting events where iSentia presented thought leadership talks, and give you a glimpse of some of the corporate social responsibility programs our teams are involved in.

We are also very pleased that our team won five awards in the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) Awards in Amsterdam earlier this year. iSentia and our online intelligence business, Brandtology, won awards in the following categories: Best Use of Communication Management: Public Sector (Gold) Most Innovative Use of Measurement in a Digital Campaign (two Gold) Integrated Communication Measurement/Research (Silver). Our New Zealand Insights Manager, Ngaire Crawford, also won the Young Professional of the Year.

We are proud of the quality of our Insights services across Asia Pacific, and we look forward to bringing you more valuable insights and communications information.

by John Croll, CEO

Also in this issue

Five steps to managing a crisis
Five steps to managing a crisis
The most consistently planned PR and media strategy can still go awry with negative publicity, but not planning for a crisis can result in serious brand damage. continue reading
Does staff social media activity scare you?
Does staff social media activity scare you?
Employee social media engagement could be a benefit for a business' brand and its people. Engaged employees develop into social media advocates for your business and can reach untapped audiences. continue reading
Are we trying to measure air with a ruler?
Are we trying to measure air with a ruler?
Highlights from a keynote presentation on the future of PR measurement at the Amsterdam AMEC Summit by Professor Jim Macnamara, Deputy Dean, School Of Communication, University of Technology, Sydney. continue reading
iSentia Brandtology provides award-winning insights into a digital campaign
iSentia Brandtology provides award-winning insights into a digital campaign
iSentia Brandtology recently won a Gold Award at the international Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication awards for the `Most Innovative Use of Measurement in a Digital Campaign’ for Maybelline New York – Hyper Sharp Liner. continue reading
What makes a communicator influential?
What makes a communicator influential?
Build a good foundation to be recognised as a influential communicator. Influence means not just being read or watched, but also believed and even admired. continue reading
Getting your elevator pitch right
Getting your elevator pitch right
Preparing the right pitch for the right influencer  There is one primary goal when framing the right pitch - having a persuasive pitch to get the right people excited about what you have to say. continue reading
Creative ways to repurpose your content
Creative ways to repurpose your content
You and possibly your team have spent hours, weeks and months slaving away over an extensive whitepaper or report that now looks fantastic, so how do you get this content to work even harder for you? continue reading
Gambling for fun and profit
Gambling for fun and profit
The last time it was the year of the horse, Macau was a sleepy former Portuguese colony with a casino or two largely overlooked for its far more influential neighbour, Hong Kong. continue reading
How does social media activity affect your sales?
How does social media activity affect your sales?
Our study shows that having an active social media presence drives sales equally online and offline, and interestingly social media purchasing takes place within one week of sharing or favouriting an item. continue reading

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