Canada accounted for 79% of all chatter, followed by the United States (16%). The remainder of international mentions combined for 6% of all traffic.
A look at how Idle No More sentiment evolved from 76% positive in early December to 50% in January.
Idle No More was started by four women and functioned as a largely female-driven movement in its early days.
Does Idle No More have enough momentum and a good enough growth strategy to see any of it goals across the finish line?
The first in a series of posts featuring expanded analysis of the first two months of the Idle No More movement.
Tomorrow I will be publishing a number of posts, each looking at a particular aspect of the online component of the Idle No More movement.
While this is a little off-topic for this blog, it’s necessary to share this tale of good sportsmanship (is that the politically correct way to say it?).
Smoke, stone tablets, telephones, fax machines, computers, cell phones… they’re all just tools over which we can communicate.
On their own, social media accounts and even participation don’t cause a new and improved level of understanding between the account holder and the audience.
Wikipedia Best Practice Guidance for Public Relations Professionals put communicators at a significant disadvantage in dealing with imbalance on the site.