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My image Wildfire App – If you run a website, you might want to check out how your website’s popularity on social networks matches against your competitors. Such a comparative analysis will help determine whether to stick with your current strategies or change something. One great online tool that will help you with such a comparison is Wildfire Monitor. Read more: WildfireApp: Compare Social Network Popularity Of Websites

My image Litefeed – If you are someone who loves scouring through Twitter stream primarily for checking the different links people share, then RSS-like reader Litefeed is made for you. I’m sure you would agree that clicking through the links to new browser tabs each time isn’t fun and it consumes time too. Litefeed expands all these links, be it a blog post, a video or an image. Read more: Litefeed: Cool RSS Like Twitter Reader
My image AppSplit – If you have a great idea for a mobile app, you might be raring to get it launched now. However, there are lots of things that go into it – from coding, to testing, and then to actually selling it. Appsplit is a cool developers’ marketplace for finished and unfinished apps. Appsplit facilitates the buying and selling of source codes and rights while also taking care of marketing and support through their Split Program. Read more: AppSplit: Buy & Sell iOS Source Codes
My image MTV Music Meter – Music lovers know they cannot rely solely on top music sales when it comes to finding good new bands and singers. The best way to find good new music is through social media and finding out how much hype new artists have generated. Here to help you find music in this way is MTV Music Meter, a new service from MTV. Read more: MTVMusicMeter: Discover Music Based On Popularity Online
My image Added Domains – Choosing a good domain name for your new website is an important step in the site’s future success. While there are many online tools that can help find and register a good domain name, they basically rely on finding available domains that are a combination of your suggested keywords. Here with a different approach to the process is AddedDomains.com.

 

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  1. Aibek
    February 15, 2011 at 6:20 am

    Hey there,

    The detailed info regarding the stats usually provided by an app callled
    Insights. We are using it on our FB pages and find it very helpful.

    As for quick comparison on daily/weekly/monthly growth I would still
    recommend Wildfire.

    Aibek

  2. laboratory
    February 14, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I understand. But the only criteria of how your FB page is doing is how many fans it's got. At the beginning when you have like 200 fans, maybe this criteria says something. For example how fast the fans section is growing.

    But when you have 49 thousand fans I would like to know, how many of this number:

    1. Is still active
    2. Left my FB site in last month (for example).
    3. What my fans are doing while visiting my FB page.
    4. What is conversion rate and so on.

    So at the end the only number - number of fans - form me is not enough.

    Cheers.

  3. Aibek
    February 12, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    The app is handy for those who need to compare how their page is doing against the competition. For instance, I use it to track our own FB page, http://www.facebook.com/makeus...

  4. laboratory
    February 9, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    Wildfire App - well this is one crazy app :))

    I have to look through FB pages for example just to add them just to find out how many fans each page have?:) Didn't I already checked that while visiting those pages??? I hope this will not be the only criteria for this application.

    Cheers.

    • Aibek
      February 12, 2011 at 1:36 pm

      The app is handy for those who need to compare how their page is doing against the competition. For instance, I use it to track our own FB page, http://www.facebook.com/makeuseof

      • laboratory
        February 14, 2011 at 3:24 pm

        I understand. But the only criteria of how your FB page is doing is how many fans it's got. At the beginning when you have like 200 fans, maybe this criteria says something. For example how fast the fans section is growing.

        But when you have 49 thousand fans I would like to know, how many of this number:

        1. Is still active
        2. Left my FB site in last month (for example).
        3. What my fans are doing while visiting my FB page.
        4. What is conversion rate and so on.

        So at the end the only number - number of fans - form me is not enough.

        Cheers.

        • Aibek
          February 15, 2011 at 5:20 am

          Hey there,

          The detailed info regarding the stats usually provided by an app callled
          Insights. We are using it on our FB pages and find it very helpful.

          As for quick comparison on daily/weekly/monthly growth I would still
          recommend Wildfire.

          Aibek

  5. laboratory
    February 9, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    Wildfire App - well this is one crazy app :))

    I have to look through FB pages for example just to add them just to find out how many fans each page have?:) Didn't I already checked that while visiting those pages??? I hope this will not be the only criteria for this application.

    Cheers.

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