Find Value in Online/Social Text and Sentiment: Free Report, Conferences

October 17, 2011
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This is a quick entry to tell you about three things —

– My free report, “Text/Content Analytics 2011: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers,” is out. Are you looking for business value in “unstructured” social, online, or enterprise sources? My report will provide background information and “wisdom of the crowds” guidance you can use. Download the report free via altaplana.com/TA2011.

This is a quick entry to tell you about three things —

– My free report, “Text/Content Analytics 2011: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers,” is out. Are you looking for business value in “unstructured” social, online, or enterprise sources? My report will provide background information and “wisdom of the crowds” guidance you can use. Download the report free via altaplana.com/TA2011.

– For a deeper dive into customer/market attitudes and opinions, check out the Sentiment Analysis Symposium, November 9 in San Francisco, sentimentsymposium.com. We have speakers lined up from Zynga, HP, Amazon, TripAdvisor, the Red Cross, and more. They’ll talk about the role sentiment plays in customer experience, marketing, market research, quality, and other applications.  It’ll be a great day for learning and networking!  (Social Media Today & SmartData Collective community members should use the registration code SMT for $100 off.)

If you’re new to sentiment analysis, the optional, half-day Practical Sentiment Analysis tutorial, http://sentimentsymposium.com/tutorial.html, is for you. The tutorial precedes the symposium on Tuesday afternoon, November 8.

– If you’d like a broader view of the text analytics market — technology, solutions, and applications, the Text Analytics Summit is for you. This year, 2011, we’re going west, with a San Jose summit November 10-11. 

For a really rich experience in text, content, and sentiment analysis, why not join me at both conferences?

Please get in touch with any questions.

Seth, @sethgrimes