Hyper-V and VMware Twitter Feed Analyzed using the Archivist

During an entertaining #mvpchat today, someone mentioned a Twitter statistics site called the Archivist. It is very easy to use and the graphics are very attractive. Just enter a keyword or hashtag. You can save up to three archives. Initially saved archives are private, but you can make them public too. I have not found a way to share my public archives yet.

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Just curious how long it takes before someone mentions that the Vmware number of tweets is higher. The absolute number of tweets in this comparison is a little in VMware’s advantage.

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If you look more carefully and compare the two statistics, you see that the Hyper-V tweet collection started in July 2010 and the VMware tweet collection in March 2011.

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As you can see there is still more work to do in the social media arena. Who is going to help me?

3 Comments

  1. April 28, 2011    

    Hi Hans,

    I am going to help you :-).

    Carsten

    • adminHans's Gravatar adminHans
      April 28, 2011    

      Thanks Carsten, I count on you!

  2. April 28, 2011    

    Hi Hans,

    Great site, used it allready for #SCVMM
    Thanx

    Kind Regard, James

  1. Understanding my social capital is quite fun to do | Hyper-v.nu on May 12, 2011 at 23:38

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