Posts from 2017
Topics such as online privacy and data security privacy has been all the rage lately with the Snowden movie in cinemas worldwide during autumn, the buzz around fake news and Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. To mention a few events that have attracted a lot of attention and is much debated nowadays.
Security should always be a top priority. Usernames and passwords falling into the wrong hands is a big threat to intrusions and hoaxes on the Web.
The Financial Times’ Investors Chronicle reported exclusively today the findings of Webranking by Comprend 2016-2017 European edition. The research is conducted by Comprend in collaboration with Lundquist.
It's the beginning of the year and a time when you might look over your plans and goals going forward. This reflection is important because sometimes your measurements of success can tell a very different story than the success you’re trying to measure.
The Swiss business weekly Bilanz reported exclusively today the findings of the latest Webranking by Comprend 2016 Switzerland Non-listed edition in collaboration with Lundquist. The findings reveal that the gap between companies who strive to communicate credibly and those who fail to provide adequate information is widening.
The 20th edition of Webranking by Comprend found that Norwegian listed companies have raised their web presence by increasing the average score with 3.5 points compared to last year. However, the overall average score of 40.8 out of 100 shows that corporate websites of Norwegian companies need to improve to better meet the needs of important stakeholders. Orkla's website is an exception and is ranked as number 1 in Norway.
Investor relations and careers – the continual weak spots of Spanish digital corporate communications
The 20th annual edition of Webranking by Comprend, the leading in-depth research in digital communications at major listed companies, found that Spanish listed companies have made slow progress in the way they communicate with investors and prospective employees.