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Here are the ones that have stood out for us this year (so far): http://PageLever.com – Facebook fan page insights and analytics on steroids. http://PeopleBrowsr.com – One of the most comprehensive social media planning and monitoring tools ever released. http://kyoo.com – Not a classic analytics tool, but it does give you a snapshot of online buzz relating to selected keywords.
http://SiteTrail.com – Have you ever wanted to get an idea of how a competitor’s website is performing? Well, now you can thanks to SiteTrail.com. http://TwentyFeet.com – This helps you aggregate all of your social media performance data in the one place. http://Tiny.ly – Tiny.ly is a URL shortener (like Bit.ly) but packs in real-time sharing and usage stats into the mix. Very handy. http://Tweeb – an app for your iPhone that delivers bespoke Twitter analytics. http://SimplyMeasured.com – Treat yourself to a free social media competitor analysis here.
http://CrowdBooster.com – This is an engagement dashboard which has some serious analytics capabilities built in. Social Tracking Plugin from Google – Google has gone social in a big way in 2011 and this handy plugin works well alongside your standard analytics reporting. http://www.google.com/support/analyticshelp/bin/answer.py?answer=1316556&topic=1316551
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