For media/bloggers: Tempero

About Tempero, the online moderation people:

Tempero is Europe’s largest supplier of social media moderation and management, reviewing millions of messages 24/7 in more than 15 languages across over 50 platforms.  It has been moderating user-submitted content on interactive environments such as message boards, blogs and social network for more than a decade. It now protects more blue chip brands online than any other moderation company and have a client list featuring Unilever, M&S, Benetton, Channel 4, Sainsbury’s and British Airways, as well as working within the public sector for the BBC, NHS and COI.

Waves PR is offering background support to Tempero’s offline PR campaign and is happy to help direct any queries.

Media contact at Waves PR: Claire Thompson

email: claire [at] wavespr.com

phone: +44 (0) 118 944 0394

mobile: +44 (0)7771 817015

Media contact at Tempero: Darika Ahrens

email: darika.ahrens [at] tempero.co.uk

phone: +44 (0) 20 7636 1200

mobile: +44 (0)7960 528 480

Useful links:

Tempero’s website – Tempero on TwitterTempero RSS feed

Tempero press releases:

Click here for: Tempero Social Media Newsroom

Releases since July 30, 2010:

TEMPERO TEAMS WITH CONVERSOCIAL TO PROVIDE ADVANCED FACEBOOK PAGE MANAGEMENT FOR THE FIRST TIMETempero, July 30, 2010

Media resources: Tempero photography

Media Resources: Biography, MD, Dominic Sparkes

Materials:

Downloadable e-book (Feb 2010): User Generated Content and the Law

Downloadable e-book (2009): Child Protection-Online-Best-Practice-Guide

See also:

PRMoment: Social Media Risk Assessment Checklist

Marketing Week: Building a community is key to brand development

Quote: Any brand’s Facebook page that generates volume like Coke’s will understand that  moderating is a big job. Tempero’s Sparkes says it’s not just about removing inappropriate language. “We not only make sure the content is clean, but make conversations more meaningful by either responding or driving it in the first place and prompting users to generate content.”

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