10:19 am

Social Media Monitoring Meets the Government of Ecuador

In order to assess the opinions and concerns expressed by the citizens of Ecuador in their favorite digital media, the Government of Ecuador counts on Websays and invests in a monitoring tool and thus establishes a new channel of communication with its citizens.


Social Media Monitoring Meets the Government of Ecuador
8:03 am

Creator Studio, the new Facebook tool for businesses

Creator Studio is a Facebook platform for managing company pages that allows community managers to administer, in the same space, the content to be published, the insights of the page, the messages in the inbox, among others.


Creator Studio, the new Facebook tool for businesses
9:15 am
whatsapp business

Customer service takes a giant step forward with WhatsApp Business

WhatsApp Business is now a reality and is a great opportunity for companies to take customer service to a new level and offer a new direct communication channel.


Customer service takes a giant step forward with WhatsApp Business
10:05 am
newsletter

On May 25th 95% of newsletters in Europe died

The numbers indicate that, in Europe, only 29% will open these confirmation emails and only 5% will click. Moreover, if we include the fact that there’s a bunch of these emails these days, we anticipate a drastic reduction on the number of newsletters travelling the network as if a pipe cleaning exercise, or better, the replacement of old pipes for new pipes, these ones sanitised by the GDPR.


On May 25th 95% of newsletters in Europe died
6:16 pm
DES2018

Find us in DES2018

Familiar with the Circular Experience? Come and meet us at DES2018 and be the first to know this new concept!

Websays will attend DES2018 (Digital Business World Congress) in Madrid, from 22 to 24 May at IFEMA.  If you want to visit us and be the first to know our new concept, you will find us at stand A124. We’ll be glad to meet you!


Find us in DES2018
9:01 pm
GDPR

Websays is committed to GDPR data protection

Websays is firmly committed to making its best efforts to protect all the personal data we collect and process. Our customers, suppliers and associates can confirm this commitment by consulting our Privacy Policy. As stated in the Author’s Privacy Policy section, we only provide our customers with information that has been publicly disclosed (openly and without access restrictions). The author can always change the privacy settings of social networks at any time.


Websays is committed to GDPR data protection
8:56 pm
DES2018

Websays attending DES2018

With the aim of introducing the new concept of The Circular Experience, Websays will participate in the DES2018 (Digital Business World Congress). In addition, our CEO Oscar Aguilar will give a talk at the event which will take place from 22 to 24 May in Madrid (IFEMA). You will find us at stand A124 (hall 7). Don’t forget to visit us to get to know our new concept!


Websays attending DES2018
12:00 am

Facebook now admits having an impact on mental health

Facebook has just published a post on its corporate blog trying to answer the question of whether spending time on social networks is or is not good for us as users. In the post they collect the different existing theories on the subject, to finally end up pushing the fault and the issue towards the […]


Facebook now admits having an impact on mental health
12:48 pm

What Big Data will show us on 2018

Juan Luis Peñaloza: 2018 is going to be a generalizations and consolidation year for the Big Data ecosystem, where, in fact, all data will command part of our lives as someone explote and transform them. Big Data presents challenges for the collective intelligence and for the whole society” (SPA)


What Big Data will show us on 2018
12:00 am

Facebook, the social media giant less trusted by consumers

Facebook is the less trusted company by consumers when personal data needs to be saved, says a study made by Quartz. This media company asked their audience which was their perception regarding the way big companies are saving and using their personal information. Facebook is the one who gets more points on distrust and the 80% of the consumers who were asked pointed that they don’t trust in it. 


Facebook, the social media giant less trusted by consumers
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