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Sifting Authorities From Celebrities On Twitter

August 9th, 2010 08:55 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

holy_calamity writes “Celebrities like Britney Spears may be the ‘most followed’ on Twitter, but new service PeerIndex mines the content of tweets and tracks the spread of links and phrases to reveal the hidden experts in specific areas, from cloud computing to venture capital. The authorities the site finds for a given subject often have only a few hundred followers, but the content of their tweets is known to spread widely. Could data mining tools like this be the future for people or businesses looking for new collaborators, advisers and influencers?”

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