Social media

It’s a fact. Social media produces huge volumes of data that can be used to detect a trending topic or brand sentiment. There are countless of agencies and application development houses that build successful businesses on social media monitoring. But beyond social media monitoring lies a semi-unchartered land of security and threat detection, fraud, supply chain and human capital management and more. The land of opportunity for those who know how to handle unstructured data….

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Your marketing campaign is about to launch and you need to track the response. Not just on Twitter or Facebook but across all the networks, all languages, and the long-form content such as blogs and discussion boards. You know that DataSift aggregates all these sources so you can write one simple filter. You know we have one simple API to hit for the filtered interactions, but where’s your developer gone? The last time you did…

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When we talk about Big Data, we’re not talking about a few petabytes of structured data which has been captured, tamed and sits caged in a database waiting to be queried. We work with Big Data in the wild. Untamed, unpredictable and unbelievably big. We have close to 30 data sources hurling vast quantities of unstructured data into our platform. Then we use 10 augmentations to add more metadata to every interaction. Then, as if…

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If you’re not a programmer or wouldn’t know one end of an API from the other, then you need a simple graphical interface for writing filters and getting results. Our platform filters vast amounts of human data from dozens of sources in real-time so writing filters could be a complex programming task. However, Query Builder represents all the sources and augmentations graphically, allowing complex filters to be constructed with a few mouse clicks. To find…

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I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar panel earlier this month with our partners from WordPress and Disqus talking about how DataSift customers can unlock value and insights from blogs and comments using our platform. I want to give a big thank you to Min Wei, Director of Platform Partnerships at Automattic, and Ro Gupta, VP of Business Development at Disqus for their expertise in the panel. The key takeaway from our discussion? The…

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One of the strengths of the DataSift platform, is the ease with which filtered interactions can be sent to a variety of destinations. Google BigQuery is a good example. It takes no more than 10 minutes to configure a database in Google BigQuery, then it takes no more than 5 minutes to configure a filter in the DataSift platform which sends matching interactions straight to BigQuery. Sounds too good to be true? Register for this…

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When SAP introduced SAP HANA 4 years ago the in-memory platform delivered on the promise of Real-Real time. SAP has been working on bringing Real-Time performance to SAP BW, ERP and a host of other applications, however, there is no faster moving type of data then social data. At DataSift we process 2 billion interactions per day, that’s more than 23,000 per second! Layer into this the fact that most of this data is ‘unstructured’…

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Every Month: More than 400 million people read 15+ billion WordPress blogs 1.4 billion people read comments on the DISQUS platform across 3 million sites People see more than 250 million Tumblr posts … not to mention countless readers of other boards and blogs across the web How Is This Content Affecting Your Business? Digital and social channels have created a huge opportunity for businesses to tap into the thoughts, emotions, intentions and opinions of…

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In the age of Big Data, with so many powerful apps available for social listening, engagement and analytics, it’s easy to forget that in many digital agencies and research firms, CSV files, pivot tables and (gasp!) Excel charts are still ubiquitous. The truth is, for certain types of monthly or quarterly reports, they just work; they’re reliable and easy to use. The challenge is that these tools don’t accommodate big social data use cases: millions…

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Last month we announced an exciting partnership with Alteryx. Together, we provide an intuitive way for the millions of analysts to blend social data with other data sources for advanced analytics that deliver deeper business insights.

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