TipTop – Twitter Conversation Search Engine

Twitter Conversation Search Engine

There are many cool online twitter search and discovery tools. TipTop, an innovative twitter conversation search engine, is one of them. TipTop searches and discovers useful tips around twitter and displays sentiments of what people are talking about into two main categories, ‘Tips’ or ‘piTs’. ‘Tips’ are positive sentiments where as ‘piTs’ are mainly negative content, nevertheless equally useful.

TipTop carries out semantic analysis of conversational data and messages on the social network Twitter. It reveals interesting sentiments and insights as regards to any concept or idea that is discussed on the social web at any given time. It is not always perfect in it’s semantic filtering. During this IPL T20 cricket season, I always tweet the latest result in the same format as Team ‘A’ defeats Team ‘B’. If one team wins, the other one loses. So the sentiments are mixed, and depends upon which team you support. Just because of the word ‘defeats’ my tweet fell into ‘piTs’ though on that day my home team had won, and my sentiments were high. So I should have tweeted as Team ‘A’ wins over Team ‘B’.

TipTop Page

TipTop Page

But they claim that TipTop’s powerful engine understands each and every message on Twitter just like a human being would. As a result, it can discover from within the data the very best tweets organized nicely along a variety of categories and concepts learned dynamically. In fact, the entire platform learns from data as data flows through the engine. You can now see in real time the sentiment associated with anything in the world that people are talking about. The engine may not be so intelligent but it’s a novel and unique concept and does a great job.

TipTop Page

TipTop Page

In their own words, “you will discover useful and relevant tips for your tops every time you visit, and that you have fun exploring our site – in short, we hope the experience leaves you feeling tip top!”

You might visit my page on TipTop to have a feel of how it works.

TipTop does not require Twitter login to view the positive and negative streams.

Shyam Kapur

Shyam Kapur, CEO

TipTop Search Widgets

You may embed their widget on your website or blog with the following features -Top Tips and piTs, Trends Chart, concept cloud Related web Pages, or All the above

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3 Comments

  1. Shyam Kapur
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    Thanks again for all the support and encouragement. We work very hard to make TipTop really, really useful for all its thousands of users like you.

  2. ShyamKapur
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    Thanks for writing about TipTop. I am glad you are impressed with several aspects of the product. I will be using some of your feedback to improve the product further. TipTop evolves rapidly. We add at least a couple of new features each week, so, please visit us several times each week.

    TipTop is different from & superior to anything else out there. TipTop understands each and every message on Twitter just like a human being would. As a result, it can discover from within the data the very best tweets organized nicely along a variety of categories and concepts learned dynamically. In fact, the entire platform learns from data as data flows through the engine. You can now see in real time the sentiment associated with anything in the world that people are talking about. Please also note that the social aspect is very important. You have to use the various interactive features such as I Like, Tip off, Retweet, and Reply to get the most out of the product. Your impression of TipTop after a week or two of regular use is likely to be even more positive than when you first visited us.

    • I fully agree with you. I got the urge to write a blog article on TipTop because I liked it so much.
      I would like to add a few more salient feature about TipTop.
      I like the latest and greatest tweets feature.
      Another beautiful addition is the expansion of shortened links. The original link gives one a better idea about the site one is going to visit.
      Keep up the good work. I wind up my day’s work only after visiting TipTop.

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