Jinfo Subscription Report FreePint Report: Monitoring and Mining Social Media and News
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29th August 2012

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The rise of Web 2.0 has opened virtual gold mines of new forms of data that can be mined and analysed for an organisation's purposes. The days when almost all the sources analysts could rely on were one-way sources, from the creator to the consumer, are over.

The articles in this report examine the implications and impacts of this change on organisations, analysts and their work.

Table of Contents:

  • Editorial Introduction by Aileen Marshall
  • Using third-party tools to mine social sites for competitive intelligence by Aileen Marshall
  • Is content becoming anti-social? by Dean Mason
  • Add news to workflow: aggregation moves up a gear by Penny Crossland
  • Social CRM - how do you pick the winners? by Tim Buckley Owen
  • Opfine: "Real-time" financial, company and market sentiment: Part 1 by Scott Brown
  • Opfine: "Real-time" financial, company and market sentiment: Part 2 by Scott Brown
  • Misspellings, gibberish, sarcasm and slang - welcome to the world of sentiment analytics by Tim Buckley Owen
  • FreePint Buyer's Guide: Media monitoring
  • About the Editor

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