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FollowEye – monitoring conversations on topics of interest on various social media

FollowEye - monitoring conversations on topics of interest on various social media

Followeye is, according to his own words, a social media tool designed for community managers that allows you to search for conversations on a topic on different social networks at the same time. It allows you to follow conversations on a topic in real time, search for influencers that allow you to connect with other users, find people who may be interested in your product and seek opinions.

Going from the official declaration of intent to practice, we have our own search field and the option to choose between all and some sources, including Blogs.com and Yahoo Answer, to carry out the search. Having chosen the topic and the sources, we will find that they will show us the results independently for each selected source, so that, for example, if we choose Twitter, the results that we will have are those that have made reference to the topic we have searched for, allowing us to respond to each tweet with our own account through a new pop up window.

The rest of the sources do not allow any interaction with the results, although they do allow them to be reordered in different ways, with the exception of Yahoo Answers. Another curious issue, at least when using Twitter as a source, is that searching several times on the same topic returns different results.

The communication managers of each company will now be able to choose or not to include this tool among their list of tools to monitor the conversations that arise around their brand, product or service.

FollowEye – monitoring conversations on topics of interest on various social media

FollowEye - monitoring conversations on topics of interest on various social media

Followeye is, according to his own words, a social media tool designed for community managers that allows you to search for conversations on a topic on different social networks at the same time. It allows you to follow conversations on a topic in real time, search for influencers that allow you to connect with other users, find people who may be interested in your product and seek opinions.

Going from the official declaration of intent to practice, we have our own search field and the option to choose between all and some sources, including Blogs.com and Yahoo Answer, to carry out the search. Having chosen the topic and the sources, we will find that they will show us the results independently for each selected source, so that, for example, if we choose Twitter, the results that we will have are those that have made reference to the topic we have searched for, allowing us to respond to each tweet with our own account through a new pop up window.

The rest of the sources do not allow any interaction with the results, although they do allow them to be reordered in different ways, with the exception of Yahoo Answers. Another curious issue, at least when using Twitter as a source, is that searching several times on the same topic returns different results.

The communication managers of each company will now be able to choose or not to include this tool among their list of tools to monitor the conversations that arise around their brand, product or service.