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Twitter Acquires Social Data Company Gnip
/ April 15, 2014 1:32 pm
Twitter Acquires Social Data Company Gnip

Twitter said on Tuesday it has acquired Gnip, a provider of social data that has partnered with the social media giant for the past four years. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The company's products are designed to help clients more easily analyze data across public Tweets. Read More

Guest post: Can we trust social media publishers to protect our privacy?
/ November 19, 2012 4:15 am
Guest post: Can we trust social media publishers to protect our privacy?

Can we trust social media publishers to protect our privacy? Barry Murphy, co-founder and principal analyst of EDJ Group, cautions that this question has legal ramifications every business needs to understand. Read More

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DataSift teams with bitly to measure clickthroughs from social
/ November 16, 2012 11:26 am
DataSift teams with bitly to measure clickthroughs from social

DataSift today announced a deal with bitly that gives the social data platform access to all the data bitly collects from its URL shortening and collecting service. Read More

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Gnip Secures $2 Million for Social Media Data Monetization
/ November 18, 2010 11:49 am

Boulder, Colo. – Gnip, a provider of social media data monetization services, has raised $2 million in new financing, All Things D reported, citing a regulatory filing.

Boulder, Colo.-based Gnip yesterday also announced a lucrative deal to become the first authorized reseller of Twitter’s "firehose" data stream.

That deal will see customers pay between $5,000 per month for access to 10% of all tweets, and $30,000 per month for 50% of tweets.

The company has now raised a total of $6.6 million to date.

 

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Twitter Taps Gnip as First Reseller of ‘Firehose’ Data
/ November 17, 2010 2:25 pm

San Francisco - Twitter has signed a deal to make Gnip the first authorized re-seller of its data feed. Gnip’s Social Media API will offer a "Halfhose" feed, comprised of 50% of the full Twitter "firehose" of real-time data; a "Mentionhose," that includes all mentions of a particular user, including replies and retweets; and a "Decahose," comprising 10% of the full firehose.

 

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