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Twitscoop – Twitter Buzz Tracker Application
Twitscoop is a web based application for Twitter that scours hundreds of "tweets" per minute and pulls out the words that appear most frequently and puts them on their page. Users can go to the website to track what words are being used most at any given moment and they can then hover the mouse over these words to get more information about how many times the words have been used and which sentences they’ve been used in.
SiteScanga – Google Analytics Scan
SiteScan is a free Google Analytics Diagnostics tool that provides users a complete analysis of their Google Analytics setup. This tool creates reports for users with information on whether their Google Analytics are configured correctly on their websites. With this service, users can scan up to five websites, with up to 15,000 pages per site.
The Rock Hard Times – The Ultimate Music Database
The Rock Hard Times is an impressive music database which facilitates searching by artist, genre, country, or label. The site is like a mashup between IMDB and Wikipedia, allowing anyone to edit any of the content on any of the pages. There is a significant amount of information on this site, and if you search for an artist who isn’t yet there, you can create a page for them yourself.
Katapulco – Multiple Engine Search by Shortcut
Katapulco is a search engine aggregator that allows you to select which engine you’d like to use depending on what you are searching for. A number of similar sites have appeared on the scene recently but Katapulco distinguishes itself by allowing you to select your engine by keyword. When you arrive at Katapulco.com, you will see a box to enter your query and another box next to it where you enter the one or two character shortcut for the engine of your choice.
Twitturls – Popular Twitter Links Tweeted
Twitturls allows you to check out the most popular links being tweeted on Twitter as they happen. The site lists the links based on popularity and when they were posted. An icon next to each link shows in what direction the link is going in popularity. A red arrow means that the link is being tweeted by practically everyone, a yellow arrow means that the link is warming up to that level, and the blue arrows mean that the link has remained pretty steady over the past 24 hours and shows if it is now climbing or falling in the ranks.