Hitachi Data Systems Drives 53% Share of Voice (its highest ever!) with Dynamic Signal Employee Hub

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We are proud to have great partnerships with some of the top brands in the world. One of those is with Hitachi Data Systems, a technology giant that is trusted by the world’s leading enterprises, including more than 70% of the Fortune 100 and more than 80% of the Fortune Global 100.

Our most recent collaboration with HDS is their employee powered news hub, an all-in-one virtual newsroom collated by Hitachi Data Systems. The News Hub is designed to provide timely and relevant information to the company’s audience and employees. They frequently distribute top news, information about key events, thought leadership, blog posts, product announcements, and more.

Their most recent campaign, “Defining Moments” was an aggressive 24 hour socially driven effort to support the launch of their new virtual-storage platform, the VSP G1000.

“We had a huge social presence, supported through a social-content plan, a social campaign and social-media strategy to get out the buzz,” said Sharon Crost, Senior Social Business Lead at Hitachi Data Systems

In this recent AdAge feature Ms. Crost details more information about the campaign, their partnership with Dynamic Signal, and the best practices in combining events, social and content to increase buzz around a product launch. Most notably, the campaign drove a 53% share of voice during the 24 hour launch period, dominating the social conversation surrounding their targeted key words. By the end of the day, HDS’ share of voice, defined as share of mentions in social conversations tied to specific key words, was larger than that of not just a single competitor, but of all three major competitors combined.

She describes the campaign as “probably our best campaign to date”, a telling statement from a social business leader like Ms. Crost and industry leading tech company. Click here to read the article in full.

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Alex Cramer

Vice President, Business Development at Dynamic Signal