Social Brands 100 in Review

With the launch of the second Social Brands 100, we’ve compiled some comments and insight on last year’s ranking by representatives from the ranked brands, industry and press.

Nominations are open for this year’s ranking. Let us know what brands you think should be recognised by tweeting @SocialBrands100 with the names of your favourite brands using #sb100.

The ranked brands:

Stuart Handley, Dell: The listening revamp

Claire Kavanagh, giffgaff: giffgaff leading the way: ranked telecommunications Most Social

Jas Dhaliwal, AVG: Top 100 social brands, how we came 15th

Sarah Pettegree, Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies: Say What? We’re What?


The industry:

Anne McCrossan, Visceral Business (and SB100 panellist): The state of the social brand

Ted Hunt, thisishelpful (and SB100 panellist): Social washing

Neville Hobson: 100 brands ranked by social ability to engage

Helen Brain, Mediacom: The top most bestest social brands

John Bell: What makes brands social

Rosemary Bird, Pure Content: Brands embrace social media but not geo-tracking


The Press:


The Wall: Top 100 social brands revealed as Dell, Nike and Starbucks top table

Contagious: Social Brands 100

The Drum: Brands failing to use geo location social media services

Retail Week: How retailers can become more sociable

Third Sector: Child’s i Foundation ranks highly in list of top ‘social brands’


Biz-community: Social Brands 100 launches today

Propmark: Social Brands 100 destaca Twitter como a rede preferida das empresas

Marketing Media Review: Dell, Nike и Starbucks возглавили рейтинг «Топ 100 социальных брендов»


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