Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Arktan, a leading provider of social curation and real-time conversation products for brands across many industries, announced today a new Geo feature and visualization to extend the curation and API capabilities of Arktan SocialStreams.
Arktan Geo visualization supports responsive design, and is optimized for mobile, including smartphones and tablets.
The Geo feature gives customers the capability to visually display real-time social conversation taking place on the social web and on their sites, mobile apps, and TV, around sports, TV shows, events, political debates, etc.
Arktan SocialStreams’ robust dashboard and API allow customers to capture and curate real-time social conversation, and display the most engaging content for their users.
Besides participating in real-time social conversation on customers’ sites and apps, Arktan Geo visualization allows users to see the leading geographic locations where tweets displayed on the Geo conversation map originate from.
In addition, when hovering over icons representing their favorite teams, TV shows, or celebrities on the Geo conversation map, users can read the corresponding tweets, and reply, retweet, and favorite them. They can even utilize Geo as a discovery tool for locating and connecting with other users, who share their interests.
About Arktan, Inc.
Arktan (http://www.arktan.com) is a leading provider of social curation and real-time conversation products for brands across many industries, including TV, music, sports and publishing. Arktan has built a reputation as a company that brings innovation rapidly to market. Customers are using Arktan products to extend curated real-time content and conversation from the social web and blogs to their sites, mobile apps, and TV, to build interactive experiences. Arktan products are helping customers build brand loyalty, boost site traffic, and increase revenue opportunities from advertising, product sales, and data capture. Arktan is powering social experiences for a growing number of leading brands, including Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Warner Music, TNT, TBS, ABC, CBS, USA Network, Univision, The Washington Post, Bell Media, and Toronto Star.