Identificatión of influential User in Facebook

Marisa Analia Sanchez


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15665/rde.v15i1+E1.865

Abstract


Las redes sociales constituyen un medio para que los usuarios de Internet se comuniquen y compartan información. Desde el área de marketing existe un interés por identificar individuos que puedan tener influencia para promocionar sus productos o servicios. El objetivo de este trabajo de investigación es presentar un método para identificar usuarios influyentes en una Fan Page de Facebook. La propuesta está basada en los trabajos de Khobzi y Teimourpour (2015)  y Weng y Lento (2014) y considera aspectos pragmáticos derivados de las restricciones en el acceso a datos privados. Se describe un caso real. Los resultados permiten identificar segmentos de usuarios y el interés de diferentes tópicos. Esta investigación es relevante para los administradores de una Fan Page y para el área de marketing de organizaciones con una presencia en los medios sociales.

Keywords


Redes Sociales; Facebook; usuarios influyentes.

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