The craziest Austrian in 2012, Felix Baumgartner, made a supersonic freefall jump from a 39 kilometers height. But not only did he climb up to enormous heights - also Red Bull did - on Social Media. Click here in this interactive demo to explore his unsuccessful take-offs, the final jump and the media impact on Facebook.Visit the Story » Next Story »
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Visual insights for social media combines the fields of data visualization, social analysis, big data management and advanced crawling mechanisms.
The premium product, which will be launched in a few weeks, will provide you with specific tools for the comparison of different social media accounts in real time.
Facebook, Twitter and co. have forever changed the way people use the
Web today. For the fist time Internet is living up to its promise of truly bi-
directional and equal communication between its many users.
Imagine you are simply outnumbered by your fans and followers. However, all of
them expect to be heard. How is it possible to live up to these expectations, when
you have hundreds of simultaneous conversations running on your different social
media accounts? How can you attend them all? How do you figure out what is most
Intuition could help you to identify the trends worth of engaging!
allows you to understand and to manage massive social media accounts by using
powerful visual insights.
Astonishing insights will emerge when looking at communication streams.
In some cases you will also get answers to questions you didn’t even think of in the first
We focus on social media accounts because we believe that it is more important
to know about comments and opinions that have been posted on your account,
which is where your friends and followers really are. If you actively control your
Facebook or Twitter account, this is where you will draw all relevant discussions.
If someone wants to harm you and your company with nasty comments, he or she
will do that where most of your friends or followers are likely to read them.