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Today we’re excited to announce Wikistats and add Wikipedia to our ever-increasing list of data sources for our social data platform. Through Wikistats.co, DataSift provides a real-time insight into the trending articles on Wikipedia in the last 24 hours. Just as we identified the most popular stories on Twitter when we created Tweetmeme, Wikistats is another great showcase of what’s possible with DataSift’s Social-Data platform.

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At DataSift we are obsessed with making it easier for companies to access Social data, analyze it, and get value from it. This week we are proud to announce the launch of a new way to access/use the Social Data produced by the DataSift platform.  Starting today, DataSift customers will have access to new Record and Export features, that allow even non-technical users to extract their social media data direct through our website into easy…

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Twitter Historics

7th December 2011 2 Comments

“Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it” – Winston Churchill   Today DataSift is excited to announce the launch of signs-ups for alpha access to Twitter Historical data. You can sign-up and reserve a space on our alpha list and be one of the first to test drive this new functionality when it is available in January.  The Alpha Program will give you full access to 60 days of the…

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Start tracking and analyzing Twitter data for your organization in less than 10 minutes! DataSift, the most sophisticated platform for managing and filtering social data, is live today at 2pm GMT. We invite you to explore this revolutionary new platform that has been designed to make tracking and analyzing Social Media data easy. DataSift offers access to the complete range of Twitter content, but you only pay for the tweets that are actually useful to…

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TrendSpottr Integration

23rd September 2011 0 Comments

DataSift will be integrating with TrendSpottr to provide customers with the ability to deride early and predictive insights from their real-time curated data streams TrendSpottr is a real-time data analytics and business intelligence service that identifies and predicts trends from Twitter, Facebook and other real-time data streams. It works by improving the signal-to-noise ratio by identifying the most timely, relevant and trending information from a firehose of streaming content. Through DataSift, TrendSpottr users will receive…

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Real-time Challenge The value of big data such as social media decays rapidly with time. Companies that are able to draw insights from their data and act fast and correctly in response, can realize valuable strategic advantages over their competitors. “Learning that a web campaign from last week created negative sentiment in viewers is useful, but being able to alter corporate communication in real-time is what makes the difference. And this is exactly what the…

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DataSift, a provider of aggregated real-time social data feeds, has entered into a partnership with Endeca that will allow organizations to react to the “big data firehose” of social data. Organizations are demanding a way to understand how their customers react to them and their competitors in social media. To do that, they must aggregate external content in real-time, and then search and analyze it in relation to their own internal content. Endeca Latitude gives…

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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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I wanted to share something about how we view the future of the data ecosystem. We believe building an ecosystem of applications on top of our platform will radically change the data market and create a marketplace for businesses and developers alike. We have spent four years learning about scale and cost to companies to build the kind of infrastructures required to deal with the data volumes involved with something like the Twitter Firehose. Not…

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