ds-gnip-comp-3-01

You might have seen the recent announcement  that Twitter has ended their partnership agreement with DataSift, meaning that as of August 13th 2015, you will need to license Twitter data directly from Gnip. If you are an existing DataSift customer you’ll notice there are many feature gaps you’ll need to consider when moving to Gnip. We outlined these in a previous post. We know that most of our customers use us to process more than…

continue reading »
iStock_000014949969Medium

As we continue to offer more and more features to customers, such as PYLON for Facebook Topic Data, we’re also investing to improve the experience building against our platform. This means more useful and relevant content available to marketers, agencies and most importantly – developers. You’re already familiar with our main site, which provides high-level information about our platform and products. Tune into the blog to learn more about specific use cases for PYLON for…

continue reading »

If in the past you’ve tried to get data from social networks, you’ll be familiar with the pains of constantly changing APIs, moving data schemas, frequent policy changes. If you’re attempting to work with multiple networks, you’ll be hitting these challenges time and time again. You’ll have wasted weeks of development time just reacting to changes. DataSift’s API gives you a consistent, supported, flexible platform that allows you to confidently & quickly deliver social solutions….

continue reading »