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[Talkwalker's 2015] The Best Features, Reports and Blogs of the Year

2015 has been a great year here at Talkwalker and we hope it’s been good for you too.
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Hi ,

2015 has been a great year here at Talkwalker and we hope it’s been good for you too.

As the end of the year draws near, we thought we’d take this opportunity to showcase some of our highlights from the year gone by - the new features, reports and blogs that made 2015 special.
Key Moments and Features
From the opening of our new offices in New York City to the launch of IQ Apps, the industry-first preconfigured dashboards for instant social intelligence, Talkwalker made a big leap forward in 2015. We also integrated with social media management giants Hootsuite and introduced new features like the one of a kind Virality Map. See exactly how your company can benefit from these advances on our blog.

Top Reports
A Taste of Social: 28 Top Food Brands & Their Social Media Performance – An in-depth comparison of the social media performance and strategies of 28 top food brands - from Oreo and Ben & Jerry’s, to Maggi and Marmite.

Passenger Voices on Social: 5 Steps To Guarantee Customer Satisfaction In the Airlines Industry – A look at how social listening can be used to isolate and analyze customer opinions from social media noise and what we can learn from these unsolicited comments.

Top Blogs
From Big Data to Smart Data - A quick look at exactly how Talkwalker is able to turn social big data into actionable insights.

Survey: The 3 Phases in the Life of a Digital Marketer (+ Infographic) – We surveyed over 200 digital marketers from around the world to understand the ambitions, struggles and motivations of the digital marketer of 2015.
As you can see, a lot of good things happened in 2015 and Talkwalker is going from strength to strength. But we’re not going to stand still.  We already have lots of new features waiting in the pipeline for 2016 so watch this space!

To see how your business can benefit from Talkwalker social data intelligence, have a free demo with one our expert consultants. 
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Thanks for your time, 

Estelle

Talkwalker | Customer Excellence
estelle@talkwalker.com | +1 646 712 9441
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