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Webinar: Discover Netvibes Decision-Making Dashboards

  • Kim
  • February 24th 2016 at 08:00 AM
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Want to learn more about Netvibes dashboards and all of our Premium features, including Potions and MisoData analytics? Join us for a free webinar on Wednesday, March 2. Register here.

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Netvibes dashboards are the best way to aggregate, analyze and act on all the data that matters to your business. See everything that’s happening, 24/7. Analyze your brand and competitors, measure campaign results, collaborate with your team and share insights automatically.

Join our upcoming webinar to see Netvibes in action.

Webinar: “Discover Netvibes Decision-Making Dashboards”

Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Time: 2:00pm GMT / 3:00pm CET / 9:00am EST (Webinar recording will be available afterward)

Register for free:

What you will learn from this webinar:

  • Learn how real brands and agencies are using Netvibes Decision-Making Dashboards to analyze news, visualize social ROI and research trends to drive breakthrough media opportunities.
  • Gain real-time, actionable insights to achieve outsized results in an increasingly competitive media landscape.
  • Discover Netvibes’ award-winning Potions and how easy it is to program the dashboard to act for you, automatically, in response to the data triggers you set.
  • Automate client reports, social media publishing, and instant crisis alerts from the Netvibes dashboard.

To attend the webinar or to receive the recording afterward, please register:

Questions? Contact us.

Webinar: How To Integrate Web and Social Data into your Market Research Strategy

  • Kim
  • February 19th 2016 at 02:46 AM
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On February 25, Netvibes will host a free webinar in partnership with GreenBook. We invite you to join us to learn how real Netvibes customers use social analytics as part of their market research strategy.


There is a wealth of social data and other information online being shared by your customers, competitors and industry thought leaders. On Twitter alone, 6000 new tweets are posted every second, totaling around 500 million tweets per day. As the deluge of data continues to multiply, how can you effectively capture and analyze this information as part of your overall market research strategy?

Join us for a free webinar, hosted by Netvibes in partnership with GreenBook, in which we will explore how to use diverse sources of web and social data to better understand your customers, market trends and competitors, as well as your own brand and products. Working with a live Netvibes dashboard and a real-world business case, we will demonstrate how a well-known luxury automotive manufacturer uses Netvibes analytic dashboards to:

  • Aggregate and analyze data from diverse online sources, including news, social media, blogs, forums and industry research, to identify important automotive trends
  • Understand real customer needs and wants by analyzing what they are saying about specific car features and attributes, new models, brands and competitors in real time
  • Compare and contrast social data with insights from other market research tools and processes, including focus groups, surveys and customer service data
  • Design innovative new car features, inspired by a variety of sources, and identify potential product issues more quickly
  • Gain competitive advantage over other automotive companies

Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 1:00pm EST / 10:00am PST

To attend the webinar or to receive the recording afterward, please register here:


Boost Your Website Traffic with Netvibes’ Free “Top 3” App

  • Kim
  • February 12th 2016 at 02:45 PM
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Looking for new ways to drive clicks to your website? The Netvibes “Top 3” App automatically calculates your site’s Top 3 most-popular articles read via Netvibes and displays the links in an attractive, free app embedded right on your website.


Free to use and easy to install, the Top 3 App is a simple way to showcase more of your website’s content for visitors in order to drive more clicks to your pages and increase readership. Netvibes media partners report that the Top 3 app drives up to 2% of their total website traffic and has more than doubled the number of pages-viewed-per-visitor.

“At Journal du Geek, we found that readers who click on stories through the Netvibes Top 3 app are reading twice as many pages as other site visitors. As a result, Netvibes is driving increased page views and increased advertising revenue for us–just by using a free app.”

– Gregori Pujol, Partner at Just Digital Group Media

“Since we embedded the Netvibes Top 3 app on and Gameblog, our analytics show that the Netvibes app is now driving 1.5 – 2% of our total website traffic.”

– Cedric Rouanet, CEO of E-Borealis


Want to try the free Netvibes Top 3 App for yourself? Follow the simple instructions below:

First of all, make sure that your website’s feed URL has already been added to at least one Netvibes dashboard – though the more dashboards, the better the results. Then grab your feed URL and paste it in the form below. After clicking on the “Get app’s code” button, copy the generated app code and paste it into your website (please refer to your website’s documentation to know where you can paste it).

Ta-daa! You now have a Top 3 app on your website that will automatically be updated whenever your top read articles on Netvibes change.

Quick reminder: You can similarly embed any UWA app into your website. To do so, spot the UWA app you want to embed in the Ecosystem catalog and click on Share / Blog export. You’ll land on a page like this one where you can copy the code to paste on your website.

Which Brands Won #SB50? Final Stats from Netvibes’ Super Bowl Dashboard

  • Kim
  • February 9th 2016 at 02:12 AM
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Sunday night’s Super Bowl 50 attracted 111.9 million viewers, making it the third most-watched TV event in history. Millions of fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the teams, players, and Brand commercials appearing on screen during the big game. Who were the winners on Social Media? To find out, Netvibes analyzed the online conversation taking place on our Super Bowl 50 dashboard.

Netvibes Super Bowl DashboardTeams: Panthers before the Game, then Broncos

Leading up to the game, the Panthers were widely favored to win, and their popularity showed on social media. For the period Feb. 3 – 7, the Panthers took the majority of Twitter mentions, with 53.18% for the Panthers vs. 46.82% Broncos. However, for the period of time during and after the game, the winning Broncos took the lead on Twitter, with 50.8% of mentions during Feb. 7 – 8 (versus 49.2% for the Panthers).


Quarterbacks: First Newton, then Manning

Just as the Broncos took the lead on Twitter after winning, a similar trend was seen with the teams’ quarterbacks. From Feb. 6 – 7, leading up to and during the game, the Panthers’ Cam Newton was the more-popular player on social media. But as the game ended around 7:00pm PST, winning quarterback Peyton Manning briefly spiked on Twitter.


Cars: Audi

Among car brands advertising at the Super Bowl, Audi dominated the conversation overall and also saw the biggest spike during the game. Toward the end of the game, around 6:00-7:00pm PST, Mini Cooper enjoyed a large spike in mentions and briefly became the most-talked-about car brand due to its #DefyLabels TV commercial.


Beer: Bud Light during the game, Budweiser after the game

Budweiser is known for creating memorable Super Bowl commercials, often involving puppies and Clydesdales. In 2016, Budweiser again took top beer mentions on Twitter, but curiously, most of Budweiser’s spike occurred as the game ended (around 7:00-8:00pm PST). During the game itself, Bud Light was the most frequently mentioned beer on Twitter with similar, smaller spikes seen for Budweiser, Shock Top and Michelob.


Why was Budweiser suddenly so popular after the game? During post-game interviews, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning unexpectedly name-dropped Budweiser several times, saying “I’m going to drink a lot of Budweiser tonight.” Manning’s comments, reportedly worth $13.9M in advertising dollars and unpaid by Budweiser, drove the large increase in Budweiser tweets Sunday night and into Monday.

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With its #MovinOnUp commercial starring Jeff Goldblum and Lil Wayne, scored more Twitter mentions during the Super Bowl than other Internet companies, including goliath Amazon (which otherwise dominated social media all week).


Sodas: Pepsi and Mountain Dew

Propelled by its sponsorship of the Pepsi Halftime Show, Pepsi took top mentions on Twitter during the game.


However, Mountain Dew was close behind with its much-talked-about #PuppyMonkeyBaby commercial. What did people think of the odd mythical hybrid creature? When Mountain Dew’s spot first hit the Internet last week, the online sentiment was trending negative. On February 4, the tweet ratio was 17% negative versus 7% positive. However, once the commercial actually aired during the game on February 7, public sentiment turned overwhelmingly positive: 13.07% positive versus 5.21% negative.


Curious about other social media stats from the Super Bowl? Head over to our SB50 dashboard to explore the data for yourself, or contact us for a free demo of Netvibes’ award-winning dashboards.

Super Bowl 50: Check out the buzz on Netvibes’ Live Dashboard

  • Kim
  • February 5th 2016 at 12:01 AM
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This Sunday, American football teams the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will meet on the field to determine the winner of Super Bowl 50. Before the first kickoff, the battle is already raging online in the media and across social networks. Who will come out on top in the battle of mentions? Watch it all unfold on Netvibes’ live dashboard for Super Bowl 50!

Netvibes Super Bowl DashboardThe Netvibes dashboard will track and analyze the online conversation though Game Day to uncover important data insights around the teams, players and coaches, as well as the big Brands airing Super Bowl TV commercials. Explore the dashboard to discover daily and hourly trends, such as:

  • Who is more popular: the Broncos or the Panthers?
  • What is the sentiment around the Super Bowl? Positive, Negative or Neutral
  • Which Quarterback is mentioned most on Twitter?
  • Which car company saw the biggest spike in mentions during the commercial break?

Excited for the commercials? You can even watch some of the ads right from the dashboard.

On Monday after the game, we will post the most interesting data insights here on the Netvibes blog. In the meantime, check out the free dashboard to see all the live stats:

If you’re interested in using Netvibes dashboards to track your own big event, click here to start your free trial or contact us for a demo.