The social search engine, Topsy, now allows you to scan the entire history of your public Twitter messages (every tweets) to its real-time data platform — since the dawn of the real-time social network Twitter.
Social analytics platform indexes every public tweet ever published on Twitter for search and analysis, all the way back in time to Twitter’s first tweet, penned by co-founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006.
Founded in 2007, Topsy’s client list is intriguing, with names such as the CBS, Gannett, Edelman, National Football League, IDG, Nielsen, Digitas, Gannett, ESPN, Sparks & Honey, Kantar media research, Fox sports, viacom, and six apart.
The San Francisco tech company claimed that it has more than 425bn tweets, images, blog posts, and videos in its index, Topsy now provided more indexed, instantly retrievable social data than any internet search engine.
Meanwhile, check out the first-ever tweet by CEOWORLD Magazine founder Amarendra Bhushan.
Topsy CEO Duncan Greatwood said: “With every tweet back to 2006 in the index, we’re providing a complete historical context that helps companies understand and deliver on what audiences want, fuel better marketing campaigns, and make better business decisions.”
“[We have] always been great at helping brands, agencies and other organizations tap into the pulse of the world’s conversation in real time,” Jamie De Guerre, Topsy’s svp of product and marketing, said in a statement. “But now, with every tweet back to 2006 in the index, we’re providing an even richer historical context that helps companies understand and deliver on what audiences want, fuel better marketing campaigns, and make better business decisions.”
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