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New Premium App: Twitter Search & Compare


Last year, we released our Facebook Search & Compare app for Netvibes Premium which allowed you, as the name aptly suggests, to compare different Facebook fan pages over time. Today we’re happy to introduce our brand new Twitter Search & Compare app which will allow you to do the same with search trends on Twitter, for a more comprehensive social media coverage.

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Many companies need multiple Twitter & Facebook handles for different product lines and countries. And social managers need to be able to monitor their social media in different ways. One view doesn’t tell you the whole story.

With our new Twitter Search & Compare App, you’ll be able to:

  • monitor & compare followers, following and tweets
  • include them in your analytics
  • track all of them side-by-side
  • compare them with other data (using our “drag & compare” feature)

We’ve also updated our Facebook Search & Compare app to include the “talk about” metric, which allow you to better track and compare Fan Pages and their followers.

Whether it’s on Facebook or Twitter, just search for the keywords, Fan Pages or Twitter users you want to track. Then add them to compare them with others. It’s that easy!

Want to go beyond monitoring? With Netvibes Premium, you can use our adaptive social analytics tools to spot real-time trends, uncover key influencers, and understand public sentiment and keyword clouds on Facebook, Twitter, forums, blogs and the entire Web. If you want to discover how powerful Netvibes Premium is for monitoring your brand, including social media, take a look at our demonstration video here.

Try Netvibes Premium for free for 14 days here.

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3 Responses to “New Premium App: Twitter Search & Compare”

  1. #1 | KNTRO | October 17th, 2013 at 08:04

    Please, stop writing new apps when you’re not able to fix old bugs! Please!

  2. #2 | http://dynaboot.com/ | October 18th, 2013 at 11:09

    New app is great, but having the old ones fixed would be even better!

  3. #3 | Sajeev Francis | October 19th, 2013 at 21:00

    Great comparison tool. Thanks for share.