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Turning the vast amount of unstructured data available on LinkedIn into privacy-first actionable insights for marketers can be a daunting task. That’s why today we’re launching Concepts for PYLON for LinkedIn Engagement Insights to help to surface what’s driving engagement and what’s grasping the attention of their audiences on LinkedIn’s platform, and get to the valuable insights faster. PYLON for LinkedIn Engagement Insights processes vast amounts of LinkedIn data. As it sifts through all of…

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Today we are delighted to announce that we are adding data from a further 57 countries and territories to PYLON for Facebook Topic Data. The addition of insights from the Asia-Pacific region brings the total number of countries covered by the service to 139, expanding even further what was already the largest database of audience opinion ever made available. Countries added today include India, Japan and Australia. A full list of the countries covered by…

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Super Public text samples are available from November 18th for all PYLON for Facebook Topic Data customers at no extra cost. Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of Super Public text samples, a new feature of PYLON for Facebook Topic Data that allows customers to retrieve public Facebook posts that match their filtering rules. Organizations will be able to validate their filters against these Super Public posts to gain additional confidence in their…

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Last week, DataSift released PYLON 1.5, our third package of enhancements since announcing the PYLON platform for Facebook topic data. The theme of the 1.5 release is incorporating ease-of-use feedback from our early PYLON customers. All of the features in 1.5 were requested by customers when they began to trial PYLON for Facebook Topic Data in May. We prioritized their feedback and turned around a quick release to make PYLON even easier to use. Small…

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August 13th, 2015. The day that Twitter cut offs its firehose for DataSift. But just because we no longer have access to Twitter firehose, it doesn’t mean that you can’t process your Twitter data using our platform. Enter Open Data Processing (ODP) for Twitter. A nifty piece of technology that allows you to process your Twitter data in the DataSift platform and get more value from your Tweets through – otherwise not available – advanced DataSift…

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Last week, we held a webinar where we introduced VEDO Intent, a new technology that simplifies machine learning and makes it accessible to anyone. With the 2.1 billion people globally on social networks, there is a high potential to provide deep insights that can help drive your business. But how can you extract and analyze data that is relevant and remove the data that is unwanted? But most importantly, how can you do this in…

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Today, we’re launching VEDO Intent, a new technology that significantly simplifies machine learning, helping developers to place it into the hands of people across the business. For the first time, organizations will be able to harness the full potential of social data and take action based on the intent of their audiences thanks to our advanced machine learning capabilities that surface intent at scale. Currently, social media is vital for marketing and customer service, but…

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After August 13th DataSift will no longer be licensing data from Twitter, but we will be processing it – and processing data is what we do best! Today we are pleased to announce the availability of the DataSift Connector, a new open source product that enables DataSift to connect to a wide variety of data sources. The release of the DataSift Connector means that you can now make full use of Open Data Processing for…

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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…

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The news of Twitter’s termination of our data licensing contract will mean disruption for hundreds of companies. For most businesses, this will not just be a case of switching from one supplier to another, over 80% of our customers leverage capabilities that do not exist in Gnip. This blog post is for those of you who wish to continue using Twitter data. It highlights the main differences that need to be taken into consideration when…

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