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Twitter Certified Partner Wayin Expands Its Social Visualization Suite

Twitter Certified Partner Wayin Expands Its Social Visualization Suite

Social media engagement company and Twitter Certified Partner Wayin has launched an expanded partnership with Twitter that provides integrated Twitter media solutions for on-air broadcasts, in-venue displays and online engagement.

Using Denver-based Wayin, whose Wayin Hub launched with a splash in March at SXSW, customers can capture real-time conversations and rich content to display as curated feeds on websites, within their apps and now even through broadcast and in-venue displays.

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Twitter Favorite Buffer Now Boasts 1 Million Users, $2 Million Revenue [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s been a big year for Buffer, the popular social media optimising app that lets you easily share content on Twitter (and other social platforms) throughout the day, and they continue to roll out updates at a blistering pace.

Earlier today the company made another big announcement: Buffer now has more than one million users, and its more than sixteen thousand paying customers have boosted annual revenues above $2 million.

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Tame, The First Context Search Engine For Twitter, Is Now Live

Tame, billing itself as the first context search engine for Twitter, launched globally last week, delivering relevant content around any specific topic to journalists, PR reps, and marketers in real-time.

Berlin-based Tame attempts to assuage the as-yet-unsolved problem of sifting through the Twitter firehose to find relevant and accurate information.

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Webfluenz Monitors And Analyzes Brands’ Presence Across Social Media

Southeast Asia-based Webfluenz aims to be the complete business intelligence solution for businesses, brands, PR and ad agencies, analysts, and companies.

Webfluenz lets social media managers and digital marketers listen to, monitor, and engage followers across social media. Here’s how.

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HootSuite Raises $165 Million In Financing, Now Boasts 7 Million Users Worldwide

HootSuite, the Vancouver-based social media management system, yesterday announced that it has secured an additional $165 million in Series B financing, in a deal that is being cited as the largest ever seen in Canadian venture capital history for a software company.

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Dataminr Secures $30 Million For Its Twitter-Mining Data Technology

New York-based startup Dataminr has secured $30 million in private funding from venture capital firms to continue its work mining Twitter for tradable news.

The fundraising round is Dataminr’s third since its founding in 2009 by former Yale University classmates Ted Bailey, Jeff Kinsey and Sam Hendel.

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SocialBro Now Analyzes The Impact Of The Content You Share On Twitter

SocialBro, an expansive Twitter dashboard tool, is kicking things up a notch with a brand new “Tweet Analytics” tool unveiled this week.

For the first time, SocialBro lets you measure the impact of the actual content you share on Twitter, improving the effectiveness of your messages.

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MyBucketz Aggregates And Categorizes Your Social Media And RSS Feeds

After Google announced it would be shutting down its uber-popular Google Reader feed aggregator this summer, feed-reading apps have been gunning to claim those lost Readerites for their own user base.

The most popular straight-up Google Reader replacement is Feedly, with other content aggregators such as Flipboard and Pulse offering users easy import of their Google Reader RSS feeds plus more – super-integrated social sharing, save-for-later functionality, content discovery.

In that second category, wishing to provide people an RSS reader that does more than just import your favorite feeds, is MyBucketz.

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Neatly Helps Users Combat Information Overload On Twitter

Neatly, an app developed by Cairo-based F16Apps, upends the normal Twitter user experience by changing your timeline from time-based into interest-based.

The idea behind Neatly is to make Twitter as organized and customized for each user as possible, weeding out irrelevant tweets and highlighting what’s important based on your social preferences and interests.

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Measure The Spread Of Your Tweets Over The World With “Where Does My Tweet Go?”

A new online application called “Where Does My Tweet Go?” lets you examine exactly how a tweet spreads through Twitter.

The service, still in beta and created by information architect Benoît Vidal along with the team at MFG Labs in France, uses a visual algorithm to illustrate how your messages spread among both your followers and strangers.

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