31+ of the Coolest Social Media, Search and Web Tools of 2010
JANUARY 24, 2011
Sysomos. realtime social media monitoring tool featuring sentiment analysis, key influencer tracking, and the ability to sort/view results by geography and demographics. Sysomos has an impressive blue chip customer list and the company’s recent acquisition by Marketwire gives it solid brand and investment backing. Create video emails? Create animations? Flowtown. namechk.
Monitoring vs Analytics [Infographic]
Buzz Marketing for Technology
FEBRUARY 9, 2011
In reality there must be hundreds of firms out there doing social media analysis in some form or another but I tried to hit the most popular ones with the single-minded goal of finding a firm that could deliver the most strategic value from the 2+ years of social media data that’s out there. You can also download the data and operate on it as well in CSV format files.
Social Media Monitoring Tools Comparison Guide
OCTOBER 27, 2010
This post offers a look at some of the popular social media monitoring tools available, as well as a free comparison-chart PDF download. In the download, you’ll find a side-by-side look at features, pricing and coverage areas for the tools mentioned below to easily determine which is best for your organization based on your business needs, budget and goals. What Next? Thanks!
100 Media Monitoring Tools for PR
OCTOBER 31, 2010
Crimson Hexagon’s platform for social media monitoring and analysis empowers companies to gain actionable insight into consumer opinion of their brand, product, or market by tapping into the billions of conversations taking place in online media. Power’s technology provides multiple levels of analysis, creating a broad, yet detailed view of the conversation landscape. million posts.
Social Media Monitoring Tools – 2010 Review (intro)
MARCH 30, 2010
Over the last few weeks we’ve been carrying out detailed tests and analysis on 7 social media monitoring tools – Alterian , Brandwatch , Biz360 , Nielsen My Buzzmetrics , Radian6 , Scoutlabs and Sysomos – so that we can provide an in-depth review of the tools and a comprehensive report laying out the pros and cons for each tool. Who’s using the tools and for what?