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.
Here’s what you can do with Tame’s clean, intuitive online dashboard:
- See the top 10 hashtags from your own timeline, any of your Twitter lists, or a specific search query from the past 24 hours.
- See the top 10 URLs shared from your own timeline, any of your Twitter lists, or a specific search query from the past 24 hours.
- See the top 10 influencers mentioned on your own timeline, any of your Twitter lists, or in a specific search query from the past 24 hours.
You can fine-tune the time period to give you results as recently as the past hour, as well.
You can also send tweets right from Tame:
Tame also offers a weekly email digest, which sends you the 10 most important links from your timeline. And you can use the software with up to 3 Twitter accounts at one time.
This is just the start for Tame – which currently offers a freemium package – with major new features already in the works.
What do you think? Is this a product you’d be interested in trying out to manage your Twitter usage?
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