The Economist, The Guardian, Reuters, Financial Times, EUObserver, The Daily Beast, Vice... Just a few magazines and news sites featuring Bakamo findings. From fake news in presidential elections or hate speech in Eastern-Europe, all the way to academic papers on the role of social listening in qualitative research, you can now get an in-context understanding of what we deliver. Take a look at the exhaustive list of articles featuring Bakamo insights in the Media and Press section.
Ever wonder how Bakamo is able to listen to so many people talking online? Talkwalker is the tool we use daily to scrap the online sphere and gather consumer voices from open social media platforms. Our founder Daniel Fazekas met other companies using the tool a few weeks back in Luxemburg and talked about how Talkwalker and social listening marry, and what his favourite features of the tool are.
Kicking off 2018, we'll be attending several exciting conferences and trailblazing workshops in Europe and North America. We'll give lectures and participate in workshops at universities in Germany and Italy, as well as cooperate with the European Commission at their event discussing "Big Data, Psycho-targeting and the Future of Democracy".
We'll also attend some of the industry's major get-togethers: come and meet us at the CEO Summit in Miami (22-24 January), at the Qual360 in Berlin (7-8 February), or at the IIeX Europe in Amsterdam (19-20 February).
Let us know if you plan to come to some of these events – we'd love to meet you in person! Lets discuss the future of MR and how social listening can be applied to solve business questions and public issues alike.
See detailed info about the conferences and workshops with Bakamo at the Events.
L’impact des « fake news » est en légère baisse pendant les dernières semaines de la campagne ; toutefois, la désinformation et les récits russes se propagent toujours aux réseaux sociaux, selon une nouvelle étude de la société Bakamo.Read More
In a fiercely contested political campaign where the two leading candidates are less than a percentage point apart, increased exposure to sites that spread falsehoods, conspiracy theories, pro-Russian propaganda and racist views could prove a decisive factor,Read More
Dans une campagne farouchement contestée, où les sondages n’annoncent guère d’écart entre les principaux candidats, une exposition accrue aux sites qui répandent des mensonges, des théories conspirationnistes, de la propagande pro-russe et des opinions racistes pourrait jouer un rôle crucial et finalement décisif.Read More
Bakamo Social has partnered with respected French journalist Pierre Haski to measure the reach and impact of unconventional media sources in connection with the 2017 French presidential election.Read More
by Bakamo CEO JD Deitch
About a month ago, I participated in one of the most unique and interesting meetings of my career. Over the following days, I found myself thinking back to an article I had written three years earlier on the disruption sweeping through the industry. I asked myself: How well had my suggestions stood the test of time? The answer: pretty well, but there are some important things I understand now which I didn't then.
Our name comes from a Japanese saying that literally means "even a fool has one talent." Taken figuratively, it reminds us that everyone has merit, even if it isn't immediately obvious. This saying has real bearing on our work.Read More
While technology has made it cheaper and easier to conduct market research, it’s become harder to get reliable data. Traditional quantitative and qualitative methods rarely lead to true inspiration. Moreover, they suffer from shortcomings that limit real grounded discovery. Strategic social listening solves these problems and unleashes a new breed of deep insight into the consumer’s perceptions and behavior.Read More
Budapest – Bakamo Social today announced the launch of Market Maps, the first social listening product to go beyond sentiment and reveal the motivations and needs of consumers in any category.Read More