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New Twitter Tool Finds Hot Topics Before They Trend

By the time a topic is “trending” on Twitter, it’s probably old news already. Today in New York City, data-crunching company Dataminr announced a new tool for journalists. Its goal is to seek out news stories before they’re heavily reported.

Read more over at Gadget Lab - Wired.com

New Twitter Tool Finds Hot Topics Before They Trend

By the time a topic is “trending” on Twitter, it’s probably old news already. Today in New York City, data-crunching company Dataminr announced a new tool for journalists. Its goal is to seek out news stories before they’re heavily reported.

Read more over at Gadget Lab - Wired.com

Source: Wired

Mary Meeker’s Legendary Internet Slide Deck: The D10 Highlights

View the full slide presentation of KPCB Internet Trends 2012 here

Source: allthingsd.com

Trend: Social Media Agencies Turn to Advertising

It’s a Small World After All: The Top Global Web Trends

Social media is a global phenomenon indeed. Certainly Facebook, Twitter, Google+, in their own way, each make the world a much smaller place. The distance between any two people is shrinking as the number of network connections continues to proliferate. I’m sure you’ve heard at one point or another, that the distance between two people in an offline world is six degrees. In a recent Facebook study for example, the average degree of separation between two people in the network is only 4.74. When focused on one country specifically, such as the U.S., Sweden, or Italy, among others, the number of hops between two people further shrinks to 3.74.

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It’s a Small World After All: The Top Global Web Trends

Social media is a global phenomenon indeed. Certainly Facebook, Twitter, Google+, in their own way, each make the world a much smaller place. The distance between any two people is shrinking as the number of network connections continues to proliferate. I’m sure you’ve heard at one point or another, that the distance between two people in an offline world is six degrees. In a recent Facebook study for example, the average degree of separation between two people in the network is only 4.74. When focused on one country specifically, such as the U.S., Sweden, or Italy, among others, the number of hops between two people further shrinks to 3.74.

Read the full article here

Source: briansolis.com


Trendrr.tv is a comprehensive television index that ranks shows by their activity across a number of social networks. The index provides insight and better understanding of the tightly-coupled two-screen synchronous social behavior taking place around television.
The Trendrr.tv platform offers a suite of products that operate at the center of convergence and IPTV technology, enabling set-top box manufacturers, application creators, and IPTV applications to prioritize and deliver the most relevant and compelling content.
Trendrr.tv’s industry-specific tools increase legacy and non-traditional revenue through real-time analysis for advertising optimization.

http://www.trendrr.tv/

Trendrr.tv is a comprehensive television index that ranks shows by their activity across a number of social networks. The index provides insight and better understanding of the tightly-coupled two-screen synchronous social behavior taking place around television.

The Trendrr.tv platform offers a suite of products that operate at the center of convergence and IPTV technology, enabling set-top box manufacturers, application creators, and IPTV applications to prioritize and deliver the most relevant and compelling content.

Trendrr.tv’s industry-specific tools increase legacy and non-traditional revenue through real-time analysis for advertising optimization.

http://www.trendrr.tv/