• http://sanforddickert.com Sanford Dickert

    Thanks Kyria – happy to help you better understand the interface at PeerIndex. But would love to know what was not working for you. I am at sanford [AT] peerindex [DOT] com.

    • Kyria Abrahams

      Hi Sanford, Thanks for the offer. I think my main confusion was in not finding a page that clearly defined the terms you use in layman’s terms. I wasn’t exactly sure *what* was being measured. That’s just my experience, of course. Others might understand perfectly.

      • http://sanforddickert.com Sanford Dickert

        Sad to say I just got my Disqus notification. The answer is you should be able to find it here: http://www.peerindex.com/help/faq But I understand the need for a better clarification of these terms and I hope the Marketing team is thinking on this.

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  • http://twitter.com/marc_smith Marc Smith

    May I suggest an addition? NodeXL is the free and open network overview discovery and exploration add-in for Excel that adds social media network analysis features to te familiar spreadsheet. NodeXL features several social media importers (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Blogs, WWW, email, etc.) that make creating maps of social networks easy to do. Using NodeXL it is possible to generate analysis and insights into the key people and groups in the populations talking about any topic, brand, event, or person.




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      Great, Marc, thanks for sharing these links.

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    This is a great list, thank you so much for sharing! Lots of great things to keep in mind.

  • Vaagdevi Ravishankar

    How about twitonomy? It gives you all the stats on mentions, retweets etc. But you gotta draw your own conclusions from them, I guess. But what it gives for free is pretty cool.

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