Startups are popping up all over the real time web
The real time web continues to be a buzz world through technology and internet marketing blogs. Users want to know what is happening right now, and the real time web is in the middle of all of it.
Topsy.com – A major aspect of the real time web is the ability for users to share links. Topsy has spent a lot of time and money at building technology which will analyze all of the links on the real time web, and then they display search results based on the most popular links being shared. They also use authority because certain people sharing links hold more weight than others. Anyway, they generate search results to other sites, based on the popular links in the real time web. You can sort by hour, day, week, or month.
Sency.com * – Sency has built to feeds for webmasters to integrate into their website. The first, brings real time content to a website. So, a site about Hollywood can have a stream of content, that updates automatically anytime someone mentions Hollywood on the real time web. The other feed is a popular links feed that updates with Today’s most popular links for a respective keyword. These tools are private labeled, and offer several customization options.
TweetCloud.com – This website offers a view into what is being talked about alongside a given topic. So, if you search for basketball at Tweet Cloud, if will show you which words are being used in conversations about Basketball. So, this is a great tool to show you buzz words surrounded around a given niche.
CrowdEye.com – They offer a very interesting tool which shows you how popular a term has been over the past 3 days. So, if you enter the keyword election, you can see over the past 3 days, how often the terms election has been used. This is a very interesting tool to track the trending popularity of a subject
So, these are 4 startups, and many more startups are out there. Also, many more real time websites continue to pop up each day.
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*This article was written by Evan Britton, founder of Sency