Using content sharing services for investor relations information.
By Dominic Jones on April 18, 2011
INTERNATIONAL hygiene, paper and forest products company Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA) has released information showing that one-third of traffic to the company’s web channels now occurs on the social web while overall traffic has jumped 50% since the company started using social media.
By Dominic Jones on February 24, 2011
SLIDESHARE, the popular presentation sharing service, is becoming an increasingly important way for investor relations departments to publish their presentations.
By Dominic Jones on February 10, 2011
SHEDDING their starchy images, public company chief executives and chief financial officers are increasingly turning to the popular video sharing service YouTube to tell their firms’ investment stories.
By Dominic Jones on December 13, 2010
SLIDECASTS are an easy, low-cost and reliable way for IR departments to offer investors ongoing access to webcast replays while potentially expanding the audience for their information at the same time.
By Dominic Jones on September 27, 2010
PUBLISHING financial tables on the web has long been a time-consuming and expensive process for investor relations departments, which is why they often end up being published in static formats like PDF and images that are difficult for investors to reuse.
By Dominic Jones on September 14, 2010
THOSE expensive videos on your company’s website could be viewed 70% longer if people found them worthy enough to share with their friends, a new study suggests.
By Dominic Jones on August 16, 2010
SLIDESHARE, best known as a presentation sharing service, has launched three new paid accounts with features that may appeal to investor relations departments looking for ways to spread their stories online and improve the user experience of their IR websites.
By Dominic Jones on July 22, 2009
THEY say the devil is in the details, and that certainly holds true for Canada-based gold mining giant Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE: ABX), which has recently begun using social media tools to spread its message and engage with investors on the web. This month, Barrick began embedding investor presentations on its corporate website using the [...]
By Dominic Jones on January 5, 2008
INVESTOR presentations on corporate websites are hugely valuable content, but they are often extraordinarily hard to use. Now, thanks to Google, there’s a dead easy, completely free, and reasonably reliable way to modestly improve the usability of your online investor presentations. As announced by the Google Docs team on Friday afternoon, the new Google Presentations [...]