Today is a super exciting day here at Brandwatch.
That’s because starting today, we are offering our clients full historical Twitter data, right back to the first ever tweet in 2006 through new Brandwatch Twitter Hindsight.
Back in February, we launched Demographic Insights – a suite of useful data and components all about helping you better understand online audiences.
It tells our users the gender, interests, profession, location and account type (whether it’s an individual or a business account) of Twitter authors within their data. (more…)
One of the things I really value about working at Brandwatch is that we pride ourselves on being open and honest, both as people and as a company.
That means we share information throughout the business (more…)
When you work for a fast moving tech company like ours, it can be pleasurable to every now and again stop, take a breath, and look at what we’ve been achieving. (more…)
Queries are where it all begins when it comes to social media monitoring. They are the search strings – combining words, phrases and Boolean operators – that tell a platform the data you want to retrieve from millions of online sources. (more…)
We’re happy to announce that today we have launched a new feature, Demographic Insights, which breaks down online authors according to their gender, interests, profession and location.