(PRWEB) March 08, 2012
Smarp, the world’s first celebrity check-in service, released today for the first time data collected in January and February 2012 of celebrities’ check-ins on twitter. Smarp provides a dedicated textual and real-time search engine that analyzes millions of tweets and posts from millions of people worldwide to provide its users with thousands of new celebrity check-ins at restaurants, stores, theaters, and other venues. The people-driven process is known as indirect check-in.
The data compiled by Smarp provides a snapshot of who are the most observed or followed celebrities as reported on twitter, evidencing their popularity and their favorite venues. Based on the data released for the months of January and February, Rihanna is the topmost checked-in celebrity, followed by Drake and Justin Bieber. The most checked-in TV celebrity is Kim Kardashian, followed by Snooki. The most reported political leaders are Barak Obama and Mitt Romney.
Smarp also released data showing the most reported celebrity venues. The Staples Center, house of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers, is the venue that had the most celebrities check-ins. Katsuya Restaurant in Hollywood, Los Angeles, followed by Giorgio Baldi Restaurant, Santa Monica and The Wolseley in London are the most popular restaurants among celebrities. The most celebrated bar is The Oak in New York City, while the LIV nightclub in Miami Beach was the celebrity club of choice, and the Beverley Hills Hotel their favorite hotel in this award show season.
For the complete report released by Smarp, please go to http://www.smarp.com/blog.
Smarp is a New York-based company that provides the world’s first and only real-time celebrity check-in service for both mobile and web users. Smarp allows users to know, on a real time basis, where celebrities are throughout the world, by instantly reporting information about where they dine, shop, and party. Whenever celebrities are reported anywhere or anytime throughout Twitter or a public posting, Smarp checks them in instantly, providing its users with real time information about the celebrity’s whereabouts. Indirect check-in of celebrities, powered by the fans worldwide, is what Smarp is about. Smarp is currently available for the iPhone on the App Store and on the web at http://www.smarp.com.
For more info, please contact info(at)smarp(dot)com