Via Scoop.it – Social Media Content Curation
Microsoft FUSE Labs just released a brand new project – called the “CompanyCrowd”. This new research project is aimed at businesses or individuals which helps them easily aggregate social and media content from around the internet about a particular company or topic they’re interested in. Below is a description from the official project page:
“CompanyCrowd automatically collects stories, media, and social content to create a living newspaper about the companies that are most important to you and your business. It’s fast, easy, and crowd-curated.
CompanyCrowd makes this easy by first finding all the social data into one search index and then leverages the wisdom of the crowd to curate the right topics, experts, and personalities for the company or product in question…..”
[read full article http://j.mp/oeeezU]
- Microsoft FUSE Labs releases CompanyCrowd – a social content aggregator for businesses (liveside.net)
- Crowd-curated Social Data with CompanyCrowd (techie-buzz.com)
- Cultivate eccentricity Drudge lives in the penthouse of a very expensive hotel (internetbillboards.net)
- Microsoft’s Tulalip social-search project: Is Socl the new Spindex? (zdnet.com)
- What is socl.com? What is Microsoft’s project Tulalip? (seattlepi.com)
I wonder why Microsoft really hasn’t tried to break into social media like Facebook and now Google+. Does anyone have any thought’s why? Perhaps they have tried.
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