At some point, a couple of years from now (probably sooner) I believe we’ll all have tremendous amounts of personal big data, and those of us who have more of it will be able to do more interesting analysis and comparisons. As our software ( thanks to text analytics), can more easily handle this unstructured data and connect it to other relevant information I believe it may well enrich not just my ability to tap into memories, but even help with more advanced analysis related to my health and wellbeing.
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November 17th, 2013 · 1 Comment
Can Twitter and Text Analytics Predict and Prevent Crime?
A Tech Reporter from the Verge reached out to me last week to get the corporate take on what is and isn’t possible RE social media analysis in the law enforcement arena. Apparently social media companies have started targeting police with twitter monitoring tools. Quite silly, at [...]
May 9th, 2013 · 3 Comments
Twitter Data and War Games
It seems everywhere you turn there’s talk of Big Data especially unstructured Big Data. Most of the time what they’re really talking about though is “Social Media Monitoring”. It’s a sin to call social media monitoring a bubble if you work anywhere in the analytics space.
Social media monitoring isn’t questioned because [...]
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April 9th, 2013 · No Comments
Coke Says No Boost from Social Buzz – Should You Care?
Guess what, “Coca-Cola recently learned that Social Buzz doesn’t correlate with it’s short term sales”.
No Kidding – this shouldn’t really be a surprise to anyone, yet the value of both social media and social media monitoring is being debated as a result of this “news”.
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April 8th, 2013 · No Comments
Are there multiple answers to every question?
There are several simple ‘order of operations’ problems (memes) circulating on Facebook currently. This past weekend I saw this one “6-1×0+2÷2=?”. Over 2,500 people had answered it, 624 had liked it and 243 had shared it. Interestingly I noticed at least half of people have forgotten their order of [...]
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March 9th, 2013 · No Comments
9 Social Media Efficiency Tips & Thoughts on Desired Research Insights
(10 Top Social Media Influencers Series Final of VIII)
Over the last few days we’ve talked a bit about what influencers think works and doesn’t work. As a conclusion to this influencer series here on NGMR I asked for a few tips for those wishing to [...]
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