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We’re excited to announce that DataSift and Tableau have teamed up with LeWeb to bring real-time social analytics to LeWeb London ’13, providing a unique insight into the global social conversations around Europe’s must-attend event for technology entrepreneurs and innovators. Taking place on June 5th & 6th, this year’s LeWeb London brings together thousands of tech innovators to discuss the Social and Sharing Economy both as attendees and for people watching the live stream at…

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We had the pleasure of being a sponsor at GigaOM’s Structure: Europe 2012, a 2-day event that housed the leaders in cloud computing. Throughout the event, we spoke with numerous attendees about their perspective on Big data trends and the cloud SaaS model in Europe. Here are the highlights we wanted to share with you.

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From Social Data to Business Insight

Seth Grimes 19th October 2012 0 Comments
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Your social listening, engagement, marketing, and customer support initiatives – and beyond them, a range of emerging, social-infused business processes (that is, every process that involves people) – require clean, complete, well-structured, and reliable social data. If you’re already a DataSift customer, you surely agree, but if you’re not yet convinced, poke around the DataSift site a bit and I’m sure you will come around.

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Last week, we attended the Social Media Strategies Summit in San Francisco, where Rob Bailey, our CEO, discussed the seven measurable actions that further your company’s marketing and social media efforts. In addition to providing a framework for moving your company’s efforts from beginner to pro, Rob highlighted companies who are thinking strategically about social media, such as Taco Bell, Burberry and KFC.

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The first few days are make-or-break for a blockbuster movie, as reviews and box-office receipts pour in. With the huge hype and anticipation around Prometheus, we thought it would be fun to use DataSift to look across Twitter to see if Ridley Scott has a hit on his hands. During our analysis, we measured the sentiment of conversations around the film, totaling over 53,000 posts from nearly 40,000 people over the last 22 days.

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DataSift, has entered into partnership with the media monitoring application developer, Moreover Technologies. Nick Halstead, Founder and CEO of DataSift commented: “By partnering with Moreover, DataSift adds to its network of analytics partners an established specialist in news aggregation, analytics and research insight. Through DataSift’s platform, Moreover’s applications will now have access to 100 percent of the real-time Twitter feed and other social media sources, as well as benefiting from our enriched data and range…

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We are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the upcoming O’Reilly Strata Summit & Conference, in New York from September 20th to 23rd 2011. If you are going to be attending then please come by the stand, meet members of the team who will be happy to discuss any questions you have about the platform, business benefits and of course introduce you to our partners. Real Time Twitter. 200 million Tweets on a daily basis,…

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  Location Forward, London. Date August 27th – 29th For more information and to register go here now. What’s Node.js Knockout? Node.js Knockout is a global 48-hour coding contest featuring node.js. The plan for London For this year’s knockout, a bunch of London Startups with an interest in the Node.js, realtime web, open-sourcery and general awesomeness decided that we’d all get together and host a location in London for people to hangout at and develop…

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What do Twitter, Netflix and climate change all have in common? Their biggest problems are data problems. And we are turning to Data 2.0 for the answers. The Data 2.0 Conference is a one-day conference on April 4, 2011, in San Francisco that answers the question: How can improved access to data impact your industry?  The U.S. government is opening up its data; social networks are exposing their APIs; and data-as-a-service is a new and…

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