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The Twitter archive is a powerful and vast source of useful data for brands and marketers. It comprises hundreds of billion of tweets from nearly ten years of Twitter activity. And it’s now easier than ever to mine that data to help inform real business decisions using the power of the full Twitter archive. AtMore

Where does Union Metrics social data come from?

Ever wondered where we get the social data we build our analytics on at Union Metrics? Here’s a quick rundown on where our data comes from and what that means to you. Twitter We get all our Twitter data directly from Twitter! We’ve had a relationship with Gnip since 2011, and now that Gnip has been acquired byMore

TweetReach: Where our Twitter data comes from

We’ve written before about the five questions you should be asking your social analytics provider, and we wanted to make it clear what you’re getting when you choose TweetReach Pro. If you still have questions after you read this, feel free to share them in the comments below, or drop us a line. We’ll be happy toMore

5 questions to ask your social analytics provider

  When you choose a social analytics provider, you have the right to ask questions about the service you’re getting, even when you’re using free services. With that in mind, we wrote up a list of questions to ask when you’re checking out a new social analytics product. Got any we missed? Share ‘em inMore

Announcing ‘Plugged In To Gnip’ partnership

We’re excited to announce that we are Plugged In To Gnip with Gnip’s official partnership program! Gnip makes it possible for us to provide our customers with tools built on the full firehoses of both Twitter and Tumblr data. This ensures we have top quality data so you never miss a tweet or a post.More

This Week in Social Analytics #15

Hello again from This Week in Social Analytics, our ongoing summary of some of our favorite posts from the week in the world of measurement, analytics and social media. Enjoy! You just shared a link. How long will people pay attention? According to an analysis of 1000 links, the half life of a linkMore