More than 45 per cent of all social media messages, news sites and blogs consists of comments on posts or articles and are posted by commenters, according to a new analysis algorithm, developed by Coosto.
Famous football strikers transfer between teams for large sums of money. They are adored by the masses and have tremendous amounts of social media followers. But how much are these strikers worth? Coosto has calculated exactly this using their online PR value generator.
Social media crowd management more important than ever for crowd safety
Eindhoven, 21 of April 2016 - While the festival season is about to start, event organisers are worrying about crowd safety again. Meanwhile, visitors are posting hundreds of thousands of messages on social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Live analysis of these social media messages could give event organisers immediate insight into potential dangers, but many of them are not familiar enough with the interpretation of social media. To help them out, social media software company Coosto has expanded its services with a team of trained monitoring experts that can do event monitoring for them. ID&T has already successfully used this service of Coosto for several big events such as Mysteryland and Defqon.1.
Last week Arjen de Ruiter started as Technical Manager at social media software company Coosto. He will be responsible for the technical strategy and vision of Coosto and will join the management team. Arjen previously worked as a Software Development Manager for bol.com.
Collaboration with LexisNexis enables print media analysis
Coosto has added offline media to their social media analysis tool. Collaboration with LexisNexis enables users to analyse the offline articles published by print media. LexisNexis offers a very complete range of (inter)national and regional newspapers, door-to-door papers and news magazines.
The Verge has been appointed as the most valuable tech site in the world. This was determined by social media software company Coosto, which used a new algorithm that automatically calculates the monetary value of every online message. By applying this algorithm, Coosto has calculated that The Verge has the highest monetary value of all tech sites. A mention in one of Verge’s articles is worth €12,019. Softonic and Wired are number two and three on their list.
With data from 200 countries and 150 languages, Coosto is now a global solution.
Eindhoven, 19 May 2015 - Coosto, market leader in the Netherlands in social media analysis and engagement software, introduces social media analysis for the worldwide market. Coosto’s data now covers 200 countries and 150 languages and is available for every multinational. Aside from information from social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram, Coosto now includes data from international review sites, communities like Reddit, and large Russian and Asian social platforms.