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Influence Communication
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25th of November 2013

Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of November 19th to November 25th, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.

Influence Communication
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18th of November 2013
Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of November 12th to November 18th, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.
Influence Communication
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11th of November 2013

Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of November 5th to November 11th, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.

Influence Communication
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4th of November 2013

Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of October 29th to November 4th, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.

Influence Communication
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28th of October 2013

Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of October 22nd to October 28th, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.

Influence Communication
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23rd of October 2013

Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of October 15th to October 23rd, 2013 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter.

Press review

  • limate scientists and environmentalists need to revamp their messaging and get more involved in public debate if they want to stop what appears to be a plunging online interest in global warming, say observers of internet research trends across Canada and worldwide.

  • According to Influence Communications, a Montreal-based company that specializes in media monitoring and analysis, the story of the missing baby was the top trending story in Quebec by Tuesday morning.

  • CBC quoted Influence Communications, a Montreal-based media monitoring company, as saying that the N-word and Subban's name were used in conjunction on 17,000 tweets on Thursday night, "although not all of them were negative."

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