We’ve created a unique application that presents a visual depiction of all the buzz surrounding an event, topic or brand, across all of the major social networks -- all on one modular webpage that fans and customers can view and interact with.
Knoxville, Tenn. (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
On the heals of last month’s launch of Kyoo Channels, Kyoo -- the first aggregation system built to serve large-scale information consumption -- today announced Kyoo Business, a service that empowers brand managers to aggregate and monitor relevant online content without the use of code.
The proliferation of social media content online has created challenges for brands in aggregating and displaying content in a unified, visual space on the web. Kyoo Business provides a unique, integrated experience that allows organizations the ability to display the online buzz surrounding a specific topic – from Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, Google News and social bookmarking websites – all from one single webpage.
Designed to be both public facing and for internal use, Kyoo Business starts at just $349 per month and provides two distinct values to customers:
1. Interactive Front End – Unlike other social media services, Kyoo is valuable to the visitors of an organization’s website and encourages return visits and longer time on site. Built to provide the latest information on any topic, it is easy to embed in an existing website. Fully customizable and supported by an in-house design and development team, Kyoo Business can be fully integrated into existing brands.
2. Administrative Dashboard – This portion of the tool is focused on the brand manager and CMO. It gives authorized users the ability to focus on a specific topic and to place keyword filters to make sure the data shown on the front end is relevant and timely. With easy-to-use controls that require no code knowledge, managers can directly impact what is shown on the front-facing page. The administrative dashboard also provides reporting that answers the questions, “What is the potential reach of a topic?” and “Who is talking about my product with the most influence?”
Companies, personalities, event holders and content providers seeking a way to leverage the power of social media can use this platform as a way to keep fresh, focused information on their websites.
“We’ve created a unique application that presents a visual depiction of all the buzz surrounding an event, topic or brand, across all of the major social networks -- all on one modular webpage that fans and customers can view and interact with,” said Josh Phillips, President at Kyoo. “This provides an unprecedented opportunity for organizations to aggregate that data and track it easily through an administrative portal as they work to promote their brands.”
By utilizing a variety of social media application programming interfaces (APIs), Kyoo was custom-developed to visualize the following:
- Twitter and Facebook feeds based on keywords and accounts
- Twitter heat map displaying tweet density based on keyword mentions
- Socially bookmarked articles based on keywords
- Articles and blog posts from Google based on keywords
- Flickr and YouTube content based on specific keywords and accounts
- Feed of featured Facebook and Twitter accounts based on username
- Twitter timeline with tag cloud based on keywords
For more information, visit http://business.kyoo.com.
Designed to revolutionize the way news is consumed, Kyoo is a social media aggregation product that intelligently finds, indexes, aggregates and displays social content surrounding a given topic on one easy-to-digest visual dashboard. Built to serve large-scale information consumption, Kyoo brings the largest social media sources together and provides an interactive experience that lets end users view pictures from Flickr, watch videos from YouTube and read the latest buzz from sources like Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Del.i.cious, Reddit, major news outlets and blogs alike. Kyoo brings every space to one place in a way nothing else does. For more information, visit http://www.kyoo.com.