Archive for October, 2009

CrowdEye Gets More Real-Time With the CrowdEye Web and by Integrating Twitter News Feeds

October 9, 2009

October 9, 2009 — CrowdEye is excited to announce two new features that are available immediately at http://www.crowdeye.com.  We are grateful to have seen a dramatic increase in the usage of our service since our last update that added Twitter-based relevance with CrowdEye Rank, People Search and News Browsing, and today we add two more highly requested features:

Real-Time integration of your Twitter news feed into CrowdEye and direct tweeting

In our previous release we added the ability to help you find new people to follow through our Personalized Follow Suggestions and also added ReTweet and Follow functionality directly into CrowdEye. Building on this integration, today’s release will show you the latest updates from the people you follow on Twitter, as well as allowing you to Tweet directly from the CrowdEye homepage.  These two new features, in combination with personal saved searches and top articles from the sites you care about around the web, come together in our new home page and give you a compelling place to create your own custom view of the real-time web.

The CrowdEye Web – a real-time view of the web through the Twitter lens

CrowdEye is focused on helping you keep your finger on the pulse of the real-time web.  The CrowdEye Web is a real-time list of the top sites on the web – as seen through the lens of Twitter.  In addition to seeing the top sites, you can drill into any site and see the top pages being tweeted about right now, and even save them to your CrowdEye homepage to follow often.

For Example: CNN, Mashable, CNet, WSJ, TechCrunch, Search Engine Land

You can even view the top YouTube videos being shared on Twitter in real-time:  YouTube

Your feedback and suggestions are always welcome, and can be mailed to: feedback@crowdeye.com.

Thanks for your support!

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