July 30th, 2013

Big feature release from Little Bird

Big feature release from Little Bird

Portland’s Little Bird is on a mission to make sure you’re finding amazing people on Twitter—by finding true influencers in topics that are of interest to you. And now, they’re making finding those people even easier with their latest feature release.

If you’ve seen Little Bird’s influencer discovery and engagement technology before today, we’re excited to announce that there’s a whole lot of awesome new things that just got pushed live this morning that we hope you’ll find super valuable for your work every day.

If you’re a Little Bird customer already, you can start using all these features starting now. If you’re still waiting for access to Little Bird, fresh batches of invites are going out this week!

The new features include daily emails highlighting influencers, a news page to follow what’s being read and shared, and a dashboard of missed opportunities, so you get a second chance to follow.

For more information, visit Little Bird.

[Full disclosure: Little Bird is an alum of PIE. I work for PIE.]

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3 Responses to “Big feature release from Little Bird”

  1. Thanks so much for covering this Rick, what a cool surprise! Just to let you know, we’re fast moving past just being for Twitter discovery too. So far we point to the people we discover on LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Quora, Slideshare and a couple of other places too. This isn’t brought all the way up to the top of the UI yet (you have to hover over a person’s name in a final report) but soon it will be all the more evident!! We really think of ourselves as a tool for super-power social business advancement!

    Thanks again for covering this news!

  2. Screenshot, for example, of your profile in our report on PDX Tech, you handsome devil you. http://getlittlebird.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/florist.png

  3. Rick Turoczy says:

    Thanks, Marshall! I was just playing it safe. I’m never sure what is appropriate for public consumption :)

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