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How to: subscribe to Twitter and blog feeds

How to: subscribe to Twitter and blog feeds

Cuesense gets more interesting when you add your Twitter following and favorite blogs to your subscriptions. You can tell Cuesense which services you are already using on the Account>My Services page and we will import your favorite feeds and start crunching them for gold nuggets of knowledge. You can also add individual feeds on the [...]

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Getting news instead of noise

We just introduced a new feature, the News River, which will help you better understanding the top trending topics on the web. On the News River you will find a list of top topics, and each topic section will group emotions, opinions, and links relevant to that topic. Opinions are divided into three tabs according [...]

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Widget turns opinions into customer testimonials

A new feature, the Cuesense widget, allows embedding a dynamic slideshow into any web site and showing opinions and photos together with a kinetic soundtrack. You’ve always wanted to use social media to promote your event or brand on your web site? The Cuesense widget can help you do that. Click the Play button inside [...]

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Introducing sentiment analytics

Cuesense just got a major upgrade. From now on all links and text blurbs are analyzed using advanced sentiment extraction techniques and we will be able to sense and extract topics and opinions in English text. If you are interested what your customers or friends think about a topic, person or brand, Cuesense will be [...]

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Find us in the Seattle 2.0 Awards demo pit

If you are around town today, check out the Seattle 2.0 Awards event at the Pacific Science Center, organized by Marcelo Calbucci. Cuesense will be in the demo pit.

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Cuesense demoed at the nPost demo event

I demoed Cuesense at the nPost demo event on the 31st of March, together with 4 other awesome startups. The Columbia City Theater, our venue, certainly has its charms (see @bmw’s shot below). I hope to be back soon, this time for a live show or a performance.

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Cuesense in good company at the NWEN First Look Forum

Cuesense was selected to present at the inaugural Northwest Entrepreneur Network First Look Forum, and let me tell you, we were in good company! My personal favorites were Hydrovolts, inventors of a miniature power turbine that can generate electricity practically in any water stream, and Redmond Experimental, builders of “Lego for Electronics” kits teaching young [...]

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How to help people find you?

You just joined a talk-of-the-town web service and invited a few of your friends to join it too. Some of them responded and invited their friends in turn. Soon you are dodging email invitations left and right. Your friendly neighborhood web service just does not realize that sending out mass invitations to friends is passé. [...]

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Building and getting traction with your startup’s website

I spoke at the Seattle Tech Startups meetup yesterday on how to build and get traction with your website (using Cuesense as an example). Briefly, my two major recommendations are to focus on ONE big customer problem (what TalentSpring’s Bryan Starbuck calls the 10x pain) and not to rely on viral adoption alone when scaling [...]

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Clicks list, Feedback widget added

New features have been released the Clicks page lists all clicks made by you in the Browser Add-In. You can search clicks by tags and there is a Delete link, if you want to leave us feedback, you can now submit a simple web form. Find the red “feedback” button near the right-side scrollbar and [...]

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