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Social Searcher: All Web mentions and Discount coupon

all_web_mentions2 months ago we introduced premium social monitoring functionality and today we are moving one step forward in making Social Searcher as a single point for your web listening.

Premium plans now have access to the All Web mentions: news, blogs, forums, comments, videos.

We’d like to thank all social media enthusiasts for the feedbacks, site suggestions and general support.

Start new features test drive with 10% discount coupon for all subscriptions types in the next 10 days:

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Social Searcher: Now with Social Monitoring


We are glad to introduce premium Social Monitoring features, requested by lots of our users who are using Social Searcher on a daily basis.

New functionality is smoothly integrated into the existing interface and should be pretty helpful not only for the experienced marketers/entrepreneurs, but for the newcomer social media researchers and small business owners as well:

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Infographic: Sochi 2014 Social Analytics

We all saw a great closing ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Olympics a few days ago. Now it’s a good time to name social media heroes and the most remarkable moments of the Winter Olympics.
The Social Searcher team has collected and analyzed more than 3.8 million tweets relative to the Winter Olympics and glad to present this Sochi 2014 Social Analytics Infographic.

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Major Update: Social Searcher – Free Social Media Search Engine

social_searcher_home03 Dec 2013 Social Searcher rolled out a major update for the service. The site was redesigned in a handy metro style and provided new real-time search features for the users.

First enhancement is a possibility to save advanced search options like multiple keywords or filtering into the user’s account for a quick access in the future. Also users can set up Email Alerts for the saved searches to be notified when new search results appear.

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Twitter API v1.1 Migration Caused Mass Errors in Free Social Tools


Yesterday Twitter officially announced retirement of the API v1.

Exploring developers forums shows that lots of third party services owners are unhappy with the new API limitations and Twitter’s requirement for applications to authenticate all the requests. At the same time Twitter representatives report: most of the valuable services that utilizes the API, successfully migrated their stuff.

Quick overview of the most mentioned Twitter tools gives reason to doubt in this statement.

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Social Media Study: Last 7 Days of the US Presidential Election Race 2012

economistSocial Searcher team is glad to present social media study about US Elections candidates mentions on Facebook and Twitter. We thought that it might be interesting to measure up the last 7 days of the elections race when most of people get their final choise.

Recently launched Social Buzz search engine was used for gathering data.

Do you think social mentions information can forecast the result of election? Then go on reading and get some more interesting facts.

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Facebook Insurance for Users Protection was Launched in UK

Facebook_insuranceYesterday the UK based company ALLOW announced a launch of the first social media insurance to protect against reputation issues, social network account jacking and ID theft.

It is no a secret that social networks users do care a lot about their online reputation and cyber criminals get profit out of hacking Facebook or Twitter accounts.

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Social Leaks: Privacy Issues of Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus

social_leaks5 July 2012 Social Searcher launched Social Leaks – a collection of the Social Networks’ Leaks exposing the privacy issues of Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

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If the Social Networks were Cars

What if the Social Networks were cars? Check up this funny image with Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.
There are versions in 4 languages: English, German, French and Russian. Feedback is much appreciated!

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Twitter Search Update

twitter_searchSocial Searcher added Real Time Search Results to the Twitter Search service.
Now users can easily surf recent or popular tweets relative to their search keywords.

Following Search filters are supported:

1. Phrase search (””)

2. Terms you want to exclude (-)

3. The OR operator

4. From/To User Operators

5. Mentioning Operator

6. Attitude Operators

7. Question Operator

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