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Access to Full Twitter Archive of Public Posts Now Available →

Gnip, a social data delivery company that offers the full Twitter firehose, announced the release of Historical PowerTrack, a tool for accessing Twitter’s complete public history.

Via Gnip:

This level of access has never been available and we know it is really going to accelerate the rate of innovation going forward. We think there are new products and businesses that will now be possible with access to a “social layer” of historical data. We frequently ask ourselves “If you could know what the world was saying at any moment in time about any topic, what could you build?”

We very much look forward to seeing how that question is answered.

Tumblr Firehose Now Brought to you by Gnip
Gnip, a Colorado-based startup that provides data streams from sources such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, announced an exclusive deal to distribute the Tumblr firehose.
Gnip, and services like it, is used by companies to monitor conversation and activity across social networks.
Via Gnip CEO Chris Moody:

I’m thrilled to announce that the full firehose of public Tumblr posts is now available exclusively from Gnip. Tumblr is one of the fastest growing social networks in the world. Much of this growth is fueled by the enormous number of conversations that are unique to the Tumblr community. These conversations cover a huge range of subjects, from movies, TV shows and fashion to business, apparel and consumer products…
…It doesn’t take a large leap to see the impact this type of information can have on brand management and product development. The conversations on Tumblr are rich in images and discussion about brands and products, from simply sharing a picture about a favorite pair of shoes to reblogging news about favorite brand. And given the highly social nature of the Tumblr community, these discussions move quickly and broadly through the community. You often see posts that are shared tens of thousands of times. For brands, every conversation matters and access to the full firehose ensures they won’t miss a thing.

Moody notes that 50 million new posts appear on Tumblr each day and that the network had 300% traffic growth last year.

Tumblr Firehose Now Brought to you by Gnip

Gnip, a Colorado-based startup that provides data streams from sources such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, announced an exclusive deal to distribute the Tumblr firehose.

Gnip, and services like it, is used by companies to monitor conversation and activity across social networks.

Via Gnip CEO Chris Moody:

I’m thrilled to announce that the full firehose of public Tumblr posts is now available exclusively from Gnip. Tumblr is one of the fastest growing social networks in the world. Much of this growth is fueled by the enormous number of conversations that are unique to the Tumblr community. These conversations cover a huge range of subjects, from movies, TV shows and fashion to business, apparel and consumer products…

…It doesn’t take a large leap to see the impact this type of information can have on brand management and product development. The conversations on Tumblr are rich in images and discussion about brands and products, from simply sharing a picture about a favorite pair of shoes to reblogging news about favorite brand. And given the highly social nature of the Tumblr community, these discussions move quickly and broadly through the community. You often see posts that are shared tens of thousands of times. For brands, every conversation matters and access to the full firehose ensures they won’t miss a thing.

Moody notes that 50 million new posts appear on Tumblr each day and that the network had 300% traffic growth last year.