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New Real-Time Search Streams: When everything that matters flows to you…

Tweet …there’s no need to search anymore. You’ll already know it. This is something that will change the world of search forever. In our ongoing quest to help you dashboard, monitor and analyze everything, we started to rethink search and what search means on the real-time Web. The traditional workflow is to type in a […]

Active Blacklisting Makes it Easy to Continually Refine Your Sources for Noise Free Results

Tweet Many brands rely on Netvibes Premium because our Open Corpus gives them 100% control over their sources of information. Better sources = better results than traditional “black box” analytics. Now what if you could further refine your sources after you’ve added them or when your business focus evolves? We thought about it, rolled up […]

Is your dashboard running slow? 3 Common Myths About Social Analytics – and How to Fix Them!

Tweet Odds are, if you work at an agency and manage a brand, you’re already using social analytics or listening tools to monitor your brand presence on the Web. At first, the marketing promises of “real-time, social monitoring” sounded alluring. However, the reality is that most social analytics today often fail to meet your (and […]

Netvibes Premium Dashboard 1.2: New Features & Improvements

Tweet It’s been two months since we launched Netvibes Premium, our powerful analytics solution for brand managers and social media professionals, and we’re constantly listening to our users remarks and suggestions to make it an even better product. This week we’ll launch new features and improvements for both our Premium and Basic dashboards. Social Pack […]

Netvibes Insights: Kraft Foods

Tweet Every month with Netvibes Insights we take a look at what’s really on with today’s top brands: a free live breakdown analysis to showcase our Netvibes Premium powerful analytics tools. This month, we’ll put Kraft Foods, the American confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate, under the microscope.