Brand safety is one of the most important problems of modern digital marketing. In the context of online advertising, the term “brand safety” refers to practices and tools that help ensure that information about the product or service does not appear in a place that may harm the manufacturer or service provider. Another aspect of brand safety is the need to avoid certain combinations of message contexts, for example: reputable companies producing sports and luxury cars do not want photos of their latest effects of hard work to be next to graphics depicting broken and burned car wrecks.
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How to use the internet and social media to verify and recruit the best candidates for the company? Most often, we put everything into the network as it goes – recruiters can use such data as they want. Especially if they are publicly available. Not everyone is aware of the consequences of their activities. Not everyone sets the priv status of what he uploads on social media platforms. And every entry leaves a mark that can be interpreted in its own way. Especially when we are looking for a new job. Then HR managers and headhunters enter the world of this data.
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There are professions in the world, which are a mission for people practicing them. Most often they require dedication and large amounts of work. Journalism is one of them. An efficient journalist should quickly respond to new events, know where to look for information about them and be able to pass them on. It does not sound like a simple task. That’s why we decided to meet this and show how to facilitate the work of a journalist using media monitoring.
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Fake news, or false information disseminated by the media for over a dozen months, is a very popular subject. It’s worth taking a closer look at this phenomenon.
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In discussions about media monitoring, the topic is often not what works best, but what monitoring tools are better than traditional internet search engines. Followers of the latter claim that you can do the same with them using professional tools and for free. So why overpay?
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Media often called the fourth estate. Nowadays, social media are extremely popular, which from the traditional ones differ mainly because you can communicate in both directions – the sender-recipient and the recipient-sender. This creates great opportunities in the context of business and reaching potential clients. If only you could have access to all messages related to your industry …
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Every day we work on the development of the Newspoint Panel for monitoring media and influencers. We strive to fully meet the user’s needs and include as many functionalities as possible. Here is a list of the most interesting novelties that was implemented in the first half of 2018.
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Mariusz Mika went from Datarino to Newspoint – a company dealing with media monitoring, influencers and big data. He assumed the position of Head of New Business. Mariusz’s role will be acquiring new clients for comprehensive analytical services based on data from monitoring and increasing the income of Newspoint.
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The percentage share of women among students at technical universities is constantly increasing, and more often girls decide to learn programming. On May 23, 2018, the Carrots Foundation, supporting women in the IT industry, presented the results of the analysis of the situation of women in the IT industry in Poland. The premiere of the “Women in IT” report took place in Mindspace in Warsaw.
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In August 2017, Newspoint was selected for the first edition of the Accelerator Program at weXelerate – one of the largest startup accelerators in Europe. From over 1,000 applications from 72 countries to the program, after the selection process, 52 startups from 14 countries were invited, including only two from Poland. The 4 month Acceleration Program (Batch 1) was launched in September 2017.
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