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Data Delights at the Olympics - It's Social, Mobile, Big and oh so Revealing

Does the athlete who wins the most Olympic medals also win the most social media clicks per day? Adds Reputation Monitoring & Social Search Adds Reputation Monitoring & Social SearchThe team behind, a popular link shortener, has been diligently working on turning its giant collection of link data into valuable offerings. Yesterday, it announced the beta launch of two of them: a search platform and reputation monitoring service specifically for "viral" content.

Social Media Minute: Facebook Likes, HootSuite Does LinkedIn

Social media moves so fast, it's hard to keep up. Here are the week's top stories in scan-friendly format:

  • More Facebook Users "Liking" Items
  • Google+ Traffic Falls 60%
  • HootSuite Now Supports LinkedIn
  • Twitter to Shorten Every URL Using Acquires Twitterfeed, Extends Social Media Intelligence Tentacles

URL shortening service (newssite) has acquired automated social media broadcaster Twitterfeed (newssite), moving from URL analytics towards channel delivery, thus extending its  intelligence capabilities into the burgeoning social media sphere. Customer experience managers should be pleased. Offers Customized URL Shortening for Free now for another announcement in the white-hot world of....URL shortening? Yep. In the second URL shortener announcement this week, (news, site) is announcing that its Pro service, which lets organizations set up custom short domains, is now going to be free. 

Industry Moves: Klout Nabs Former Yahoo Exec, Colligo Fills New COO Position

Things happen quickly in the industry, including changes in employment. Here's a quick and dirty list of the biggest moves that hit our radar over the last couple of weeks: Baits Enterprise Customers with Analytics Dashboard Baits Enterprise Customers with Analytics DashboardPopular link-shortening service (news, site) is aiming to attract some enterprise-y attention after Twitter (news, site) quit using it as its default service. The attempt comes in the form of a new analytics dashboard, which allows Web publishers to track the distribution of their links on a per-story basis: 

The Social Media Minute (8-May-2009)

Social media moves so fast, it's hard to keep up. Here are the week's top stories in scan-friendly format:

  • RSS Dead, Twitter Done it?
  • Twitter Search to Be Tweaked
  • Ning Adds Applications To Social Platform
  • Replaces TinyURL as Default Twitter Shortener
  • Retailers Favoring Social Media vs. Search for Marketing

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