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Text 100 Public Relations
Ireland’s Technology Women: Yet Another Talented 38 | Technology Voice - http://technologyvoice.com/2013...
driving the technology and startup scenes in Ireland and around the world. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Next Fifteen to Shine BlackBerry Image After Cisco Boost - Bloomberg - http://www.bloomberg.com/news...
Next Fifteen to Shine BlackBerry Image After Cisco Boost - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Boston PR firms join forces to support bombing victims - PRWeek US - http://www.prweekus.com/boston-...
We're excited to be co-hosting “Boston PRoud – An Evening to Raise Money for The One Fund." The One Fund Boston is a charity dedicated to raising money for the victims of the marathon bombings. Agencies from around the Greater Boston PR community are joining forces to support this cause & raise awareness. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
In Asia-Pacific, Social Media Inspires Travelers - eMarketer - http://www.emarketer.com/Article...
Travelers in the region rely heavily on internet reviews for travel decision-making For leisure travelers in Asia-Pacific, online peer influence is at the forefront of planning. According to Text100’s “Digital Index: Travel & Tourism” study, conducted by Redshift Research in October 2012, 44% of Asia-Pacific leisure travelers used social media platforms for advice and inspiration regarding travel destinations—more than double the percentage who did the same in the US and EMEA. More than one-third of these travelers also looked to social media to get ideas for attractions, vacation activities and hotels. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Asia-Pacific tourists prefer travel agents - http://articles.timesofindia.i...
It is an interesting conundrum. While travellers from Asia-Pacific countries are more prolific than others in uploading new pictures or updating status messages on social media networking sites when on a holiday, they do just the opposite to book one. They go traditional and knock on the doors of their trusted travel agent to book a holiday or rely on travel programmes on television to decide where to holiday. "Asia-Pacific countries lead the way in using social media to inspire, purchase and share their travel experiences. Seventy-two percent Asia-Pacific travellers said they have used social media to inspire at least one element of their recent holidays, compared to only 51% travellers globally," according to a survey done by Text100, a communications consultancy firm. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Social Media Playing An Important Role In Travel Decisions - http://www.holmesreport.com/expertk...
Social media plays the largest role in the first and last phases of a consumer’s travel decision-cycle inspiration and experience, according to the Digital Index travel and tourism survey conducted by Text 100, which examined the increasing importance of social media and mobile technology during four major stages: inspiration, decision, purchase and experience. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Asia-Pacific tourists prefer travel agents - http://articles.timesofindia.i...
It is an interesting conundrum. While travellers from Asia-Pacific countries are more prolific than others in uploading new pictures or updating status messages on social media networking sites when on a holiday, they do just the opposite to book one. They go traditional and knock on the doors of their trusted travel agent to book a holiday or rely on travel programmes on television to decide where to holiday. "Asia-Pacific countries lead the way in using social media to inspire, purchase and share their travel experiences. Seventy-two percent Asia-Pacific travellers said they have used social media to inspire at least one element of their recent holidays, compared to only 51% travellers globally," according to a survey done by Text100, a communications consultancy firm. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Social Media Playing An Important Role In Travel Decisions - http://www.holmesreport.com/expertk...
Social media plays the largest role in the first and last phases of a consumer’s travel decision-cycle inspiration and experience, according to the Digital Index travel and tourism survey conducted by Text 100, which examined the increasing importance of social media and mobile technology during four major stages: inspiration, decision, purchase and experience. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Social Trends: Text100's Travel & Tourism Global Study Reveals 87 Percent of Travelers Under the Age of 34 Use Facebook to Choose Destination - http://www.bulldogreporter.com/dailydo...
Text100 Global Communications, in partnership with RedShift Research, has released its comprehensive Digital Index: Travel & Tourism study, an in-depth consumer research report that surveyed 4,600 travelers to better understand how digital technology influences the four major stages of a consumer's travel decision-cycle: Inspiration, decision, purchase and experience. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Social Trends: Text100's Travel & Tourism Global Study Reveals 87 Percent of Travelers Under the Age of 34 Use Facebook to Choose Destination - http://www.bulldogreporter.com/dailydo...
Text100 Global Communications, in partnership with RedShift Research, has released its comprehensive Digital Index: Travel & Tourism study, an in-depth consumer research report that surveyed 4,600 travelers to better understand how digital technology influences the four major stages of a consumer's travel decision-cycle: Inspiration, decision, purchase and experience. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
98 percent of Indian travellers comment about their interests online - http://www.deccanherald.com/content...
A staggering 98 percent of Indian travellers comment about their interests online, says a new survey that has found that Asia-Pacific travellers want more social media and can’t go on holiday without their smartphones and laptops. Text100’s Travel & Tourism study finds APAC tourism industry must offer more integrated communications to innovation-hungry consumers. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
4 Key Observations from Text100's Travel & Tourism Study - http://blog.loungeup.com/4-key-o...
Text100 yesterday released the latest edition in their Digital Index series on the Travel & Tourism sector. It provides a detailed study of how general mobile and social trends are affecting the way that travellers interact with technology during their time away. It also presents persuasive indications that travel operators should seriously consider investing in connectivity to deliver improved social capital and brand value. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
4 Key Observations from Text100's Travel & Tourism Study - http://blog.loungeup.com/4-key-o...
Text100 yesterday released the latest edition in their Digital Index series on the Travel & Tourism sector. It provides a detailed study of how general mobile and social trends are affecting the way that travellers interact with technology during their time away. It also presents persuasive indications that travel operators should seriously consider investing in connectivity to deliver improved social capital and brand value. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
98 percent of Indian travellers comment about their interests online - http://www.deccanherald.com/content...
A staggering 98 percent of Indian travellers comment about their interests online, says a new survey that has found that Asia-Pacific travellers want more social media and can’t go on holiday without their smartphones and laptops. Text100’s Travel & Tourism study finds APAC tourism industry must offer more integrated communications to innovation-hungry consumers. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Consumers turn to social for travel decisions: Text 100 - http://www.prweekus.com/consume...
Eighty-seven percent of travelers under the age of 34 use Facebook to choose their destination, according to a study on travel and tourism by Text 100. More than half of survey respondents also use Pinterest, Twitter, and other social media platforms for travel inspiration. The study, conducted by market research firm Redshift Research and commissioned by Text 100, surveyed 4,600 consumers in 13 countries. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
87% of tourists under 34 years uses Facebook to choose a holiday destination, according Text100 - http://www.europapress.es/turismo...
The social network Facebook is the medium through which 87% of travelers under 34 years take their travel decisions, especially at the stage of inspiration and experience, according to a report by the market research firm Redshift Research to Text100 agency. The current report shows the importance played by social networks in influencing the decisions of travelers, and how they have transformed the tourism sector. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
87 percent of travelers under the age of 34 use Facebook to choose their destination - http://www.traveldailynews.com/columns...
Text100's Travel & Tourism Global Study reveals that consumers increasingly rely on social media, mobile and travel bloggers; travel industry must cultivate trust and social connections amidst industry shift. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Asia-Pacific travellers rely on social media to choose: Text100 - http://www.campaignasia.com/Article...
Travellers in the region are heavily reliant on social-media platforms when it comes to forming their leisure travel decisions—even moreso than respondents from North America or EMEA—according to a recent study by Text100 and Redshift Research. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
87 percent of travelers under the age of 34 use Facebook to choose their destination - http://www.traveldailynews.com/columns...
Text100's Travel & Tourism Global Study reveals that consumers increasingly rely on social media, mobile and travel bloggers; travel industry must cultivate trust and social connections amidst industry shift. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Asia-Pacific travellers rely on social media to choose: Text100 - http://www.campaignasia.com/Article...
Travellers in the region are heavily reliant on social-media platforms when it comes to forming their leisure travel decisions—even moreso than respondents from North America or EMEA—according to a recent study by Text100 and Redshift Research. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
87% of tourists under 34 years uses Facebook to choose a holiday destination, according Text100 - http://www.europapress.es/turismo...
The social network Facebook is the medium through which 87% of travelers under 34 years take their travel decisions, especially at the stage of inspiration and experience, according to a report by the market research firm Redshift Research to Text100 agency. The current report shows the importance played by social networks in influencing the decisions of travelers, and how they have transformed the tourism sector. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Consumers turn to social for travel decisions: Text 100 - http://www.prweekus.com/consume...
Eighty-seven percent of travelers under the age of 34 use Facebook to choose their destination, according to a study on travel and tourism by Text 100. More than half of survey respondents also use Pinterest, Twitter, and other social media platforms for travel inspiration. The study, conducted by market research firm Redshift Research and commissioned by Text 100, surveyed 4,600 consumers in 13 countries. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Marketing, Cartoon Network picks Text 100, MALAYSIA, ADVERTISING, Public relations, Appointments, | Market-interactive.com - http://www.marketing-interactive.com/news...
Cartoon Network has chosen Text 100 as its public relations agency of record, switching from Arcis Communications. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Marketing, Cartoon Network picks Text 100, MALAYSIA, ADVERTISING, Public relations, Appointments, | Market-interactive.com - http://www.marketing-interactive.com/news...
Cartoon Network has chosen Text 100 as its public relations agency of record, switching from Arcis Communications. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
IPO glitches to challenge NASDAQ's status - PRWeek US - http://www.prweekus.com/ipo-gli...
“Now that NASDAQ has admitted responsibility for its poor performance, it's critical that it stays out in front by being completely transparent about what happened, and open about how it plans to address the issues for all future IPOs,” said Jason Clarke, VP of marketing and business development at Text 100. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Social Data: Understanding Customers Better - http://www.socialbusinessnews.com/social-...
One of life’s greatest headaches, in my book at least, is finding the right gift for someone’s birthday. Yes, even for the closest friends or colleagues. But I’ve recently discovered a nifty little site that makes that job a little easier. GiveEmThis.com allows you to connect your Facebook and Twitter accounts to search your friends’ social posts and provides a recommendation of what gifts to buy them. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Text100 Australia wins Choosi and Media Access Australia - News - PR - Campaign Asia-Pacific - http://www.campaignasia.com/Article...
Text 100 Australia wins two new accounts - online insurance agency, Choosi and not for profit organisation, Media Access Australia. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Staples Advantage taps Text 100 as US AOR - PRWeek US - http://www.prweekus.com/staples...
Staples Advantage taps Text 100 as US AOR - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
» Aedhmar Hynes, CEO, Text 100, talks about ethics and the human approach to communications » Next 15 - http://www.next15.com/2012...
David Bailey, senior vice president, Text 100 (North America) asks Aedhmar Hynes, CEO, Text 100, about how she sees communications evolving on a global scale. - Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 Public Relations
Text 100 - PRWeek US - Agency Business Report - http://www.prweekus.com/text-10...
Text 100 saw significant growth in US revenue in 2011, with an increase of almost 21% over 2010 to a total of $17,570,810. CEO Aedhmar Hynes attributes this to the economy picking up compared to the previous year, as well as the firm's increased investment in providing integrated marketing and communications services. - Text 100 Public Relations
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