Here are tools for social media monitoring and analytics. Send us your suggestions and we’ll update this list.
Collective Intellect – a real-time intelligence platform that groups and reduces the “noise” seen in other keyword-based searches.
Jodange – tracks consumer sentiment about your product across the Web.
Lexicon – search Facebook walls for keywords and get a snapshot of the chatter volume around those terms.
MicroPlaza: a way to discover relevant and interesting items from the people we follow on Twitter. MicroPlaza delivers the filtered links from our Twitter timelines. It’s a discovery engine and a personal newswire.
Monitter – real time monitoring of the Twittersphere.
Quickrate / Thummit: harvests the rich content of the Twittersphere to synthesize opinions on hot topics of the day (recent movies, buzzing memes).
Radian6 – analyzes information from the social Web and provides consumer sentiment brand ratings.
Techrigy SM2 – for monitoring and analyzing information from all major social-media chann
Techrigy’s SM2 is a social-media monitoring and analysis solution for PR and marketing folks. With a focus on complete analysis and comparison, the SM2 experience draws information from all major social-media channels.
Trendrr – compare how your product or brand is trending vs. others.
TweetEffect: enter your twitter name and analyze your 200 latest updates and flag those up that made people follow or leave you.
TweetStats: shows tweeting behavior of Twitter users. It consolidates and collates Twitter activity data and present them in colorful graphs.
Twendz – a social media monitoring tool created by Waggener Edstrom with visual trends for your online brand.
Twist: a way to see trends of keywords or product names, based what Twitter users are tweeting about. See frequency of a keyword or product name being mentioned over a period a week or a month and display them on a graph.
Twitalyzer: a unique tool to evaluate the activity of any Twitter user and report on relative influence, signal-to-noise ratio, generosity, velocity, clout, and other useful measures of success in social media.
TwitterFriends: explore the hidden network of Twitter contacts that are really relevant for you, see who among your Twitter friends are online at any moment, read stats about your own Twitter account and identify the Twitterers posting the most links.
Twitturly: tracks the URLs flying around the Twitterverse and provides a quick, real-time view of what people are talking about on Twitter. Each time someone tweets a URL to their followers on Twitter, Twitturly takes note of it and applies it as a vote for that URL. The more votes a URL has in the last 24 hours, the higher it ranks on Twitturly’s Top100.