Hakia Semantic Search Engine Powers New Stock Intelligence Service

Pssst…want a hot stock tip? Perhaps you might want to check out Hakia-search powered SENSENews, while you still can. The new service aggregates information from news and social media and filters it so as to produce a score to characterize the performance of a company. Individual subscriptions to the semantic-enabled service will be available for a limited time, as the main targets for SENSENews are outfits such as trading houses and hedge funds.

As Dr. Riza C. Berkan, Hakia’s founder, CEO, inventor and chief scientist describes it, the service works on a simple principle: “If there is good news accumulated and the stock price has not yet responded to it, that means the stock is undervalued, because it will respond eventually. Or the other way around,” he says. Its stock indicator service will determine on any given day whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued – which could translate to a buy or sell proposition.

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By Jennifer Zaino
http://semanticweb.com/hakia-semantic-search-engine-powers-new-stock-intelligence-service_b17332


Pssst…want a hot stock tip? Perhaps you might want to check out Hakia-search powered SENSENews, while you still can. The new service aggregates information from news and social media and filters it so as to produce a score to characterize the performance of a company. Individual subscriptions to the semantic-enabled service will be available for a limited time, as the main targets for SENSENews are outfits such as trading houses and hedge funds.

As Dr. Riza C. Berkan, Hakia’s founder, CEO, inventor and chief scientist describes it, the service works on a simple principle: “If there is good news accumulated and the stock price has not yet responded to it, that means the stock is undervalued, because it will respond eventually. Or the other way around,” he says. Its stock indicator service will determine on any given day whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued – which could translate to a buy or sell proposition. Leer más “Hakia Semantic Search Engine Powers New Stock Intelligence Service”

Like or Dislike?: Five Tips for Analyzing Social Media Sentiment

As companies prepare to implement their new social media strategies for 2011, there’s an important metric that shouldn’t be overlooked. In addition to conversation volume, share of voice, level of engagement and monthly trends, is social media sentiment a part of your monitoring process? If not, this may be an important factor missing from your listening routine.

Included in one of the three areas in which Ogilvy 360° Digital Influence categorizes metrics as part of its Conversation Impact™ measurement model, sentiment can be one of the most valuable aspects of social media. Facebook, Twitter and blogs give anyone the power to dash off their opinions to friends, followers or readers; but more importantly, these comments leave a traceable mark online. If it’s posted on a public profile or page, companies have the ability to access these remarks and gain insight into how people feel about their brands and products. During a new product launch, brand transformation or a crisis, this kind of knowledge on consumer sentiment is essential.


by Claire Lekwa
http://blog.ogilvypr.com/2011/01/like-or-dislike-five-tips-for-analyzing-social-media-sentiment/

As companies prepare to implement their new social media strategies for 2011, there’s an important metric that shouldn’t be overlooked. In addition to conversation volume, share of voice, level of engagement and monthly trends, is social media sentiment a part of your monitoring process? If not, this may be an important factor missing from your listening routine.

Included in one of the three areas in which Ogilvy 360° Digital Influence categorizes metrics as part of its Conversation Impact™ measurement model, sentiment can be one of the most valuable aspects of social media. Facebook, Twitter and blogs give anyone the power to dash off their opinions to friends, followers or readers; but more importantly, these comments leave a traceable mark online. If it’s posted on a public profile or page, companies have the ability to access these remarks and gain insight into how people feel about their brands and products. During a new product launch, brand transformation or a crisis, this kind of knowledge on consumer sentiment is essential. Leer más “Like or Dislike?: Five Tips for Analyzing Social Media Sentiment”

Get Free, Real-Time Social Media Data and Charts from ViralHeat

Social media analytics company ViralHeat is giving away free access to a treasure trove of data from Twitter, Facebook and a number of other social properties, all housed within the site’s more than 4,000 topic-based profiles.

The company’s revamped ViralHeat Social Trends offering gives users a fast and simple way to create their own auto-updating social media charts, which can be embedded as widgets elsewhere on the web, as well. Users can pull data and sentiment analysis from member-generated topic profiles spanning topics such as news, entertainment, music, sports and politics to create their own charts.

The idea is to help individuals capture and track real-time buzz and sentiment around an event, movie, celebrity or product with convenient widget-like charts optimized for sharing and embedding. The most obvious use case is for bloggers and publishers looking to supplement breaking news stories with live social media analysis on the topics they’re covering.

Social Trends will also give users access to ViralHeat’s repository of social media infographics.


Social media analytics company ViralHeat is giving away free access to a treasure trove of data from Twitter, Facebook and a number of other social properties, all housed within the site’s more than 4,000 topic-based profiles.

The company’s revamped ViralHeat Social Trends offering gives users a fast and simple way to create their own auto-updating social media charts, which can be embedded as widgets elsewhere on the web, as well. Users can pull data and sentiment analysis from member-generated topic profiles spanning topics such as news, entertainment, music, sports and politics to create their own charts.

The idea is to help individuals capture and track real-time buzz and sentiment around an event, movie, celebrity or product with convenient widget-like charts optimized for sharing and embedding. The most obvious use case is for bloggers and publishers looking to supplement breaking news stories with live social media analysis on the topics they’re covering.

Social Trends will also give users access to ViralHeat’s repository of social media infographics. Leer más “Get Free, Real-Time Social Media Data and Charts from ViralHeat”