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Which brands make us think of James Bond? Talkwalker Smart Themes Can Tell You

The new features are coming thick and fast at the moment and today we want to introduce Talkwalker Smart Themes.
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Hi ,

With so many social media posts produced every minute of every day, it’s easy for key connections and associations within this data to get lost between the cracks. 

To solve this problem we’ve developed Talkwalker Smart Themes, a revolutionary new way to discover the people, emotions and even new competitors that are associated to your brand on social media.

Using a constantly updated global database comprised of thousands of key people, brands and emotions, Talkwalker Smart Themes can sort through the social media noise to isolate only the associations that matter for your company, brand or organization.

With Smart Themes you will be able to:

  • Enhance online reputation management through instantly seeing all influential people, brands and emotions associated with your company
  • Take influencer marketing to another level by identifying all key figures related to your industry or brand
  • Develop more accurate personas by understanding the emotions, people and brands associated with your products and services
  • Save time and money by finding deep insights from social data without resorting to expensive research. 

We’d love to show you exactly how you can get the most out of our new feature so contact us if you’d like to try it out or read our blog to see how your business can benefit.

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Thanks for you time,

Estelle

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