The Social Listening Blog - Infegy / social media research

The Beginner’s Guide to Spotting Consumer Trends Early

Avocado toast. The Instagram Aesthetic. Milk Crate Challenge. You know them. They exploded onto the cultural landscape with hardly any warning and became mainstream seemingly overnight. Some are still around. Some, thankfully, are not.   In 2021 and beyond, consumer trends don’t wait …

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Pets, Parents, and Influencers: How Consumers Shifted Pet Ownership

In an uncertain time, one thing is for certain: pets will always be there for us.   With dramatic shifts happening across the consumer landscape, pet care is undergoing its own evolution.   Brands in the pet industry or who are trying to reach pet owners need to know how consumers are …

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Introducing Narratives, Clustering and TikTok Analysis in Infegy Atlas

Getting into the minds of consumers is no easy task. You need the right tools to understand what consumers say - and why.    The brand new version of the premier social listening platform, Infegy Atlas, is built with that core objective in mind: helping you make better sense of the no …

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How Key Social Listening Metrics Can Drive Your Brand

Our friends at Interbrand just launched their powerful new research report, Breakthrough Brands.   The report highlights the next generation of world-changing brands—the startups, upstarts, challengers, problem solvers, innovators, and category creators. The Interbrand Breakthrough Br …

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13 Tips for B2B Social Listening Research

Pinpointing b2b conversations with social listening can sound impossible, but it isn’t. Seriously… don’t fret. There are over 1 million social conversations each month using “b2b” or “#b2b” in a post. And that doesn’t even include topics of conversation that don’t use “b2b” at all in …

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Who is Gen Z? Exclusive New Data Reveals 7 Personas & How To Connect

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Years ago, you read an article that showed up in your email inbox that told you that it’s time to stop worrying so much about millennials. “Gen Z is the new millennials!” it exclaimed. Since then, you and your team have been trying -- often unsuccessfully -- to dig in and understand t …

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