LIFT06 and Blog Monitoring – Part 2

February 4, 2006 at 8:56 pm Leave a comment

As an indication of the level of interest and noise concerning LIFT06, I’ve looked again at the number of blog posts that mention LIFT06. In the first graph below from Technorati, we can see the some 70 posts mentioned LIFT06 on 3rd February, the last day of the conference. The second graph from BlogPulse of Intelliseek shows out of all blogs posted globally, what percentage mention LIFT. We see a jump from .001% on 1st February to .008% on 3rd February. I presume these charts are compiled based on posts that tag with “LIFT06”, so they probably do not register all posts. Nevertheless, the jump is quite significant.

Glenn

Entry filed under: Evaluation tools (surveys, interviews..), Social media monitoring, Trainings, Seminars & Conferences, Web metrics.

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