Monitoring the digital echo of #rp11

re:publica – the conference for blogs, social media and the digital society with about 3000 participants is over.

Over? Not really when you look at Twitter, Facebook and all blog articles posted. It seems now it only has begun!

On Twingly, there are by now almost 80 blog posts writing about re:publica . (English and German language results, in case yours doesn’t appear, please ping it to Twingly!)

Also, on Liveboard you can see the tweets still rolling – moderate speed, but still very decent. And by now we counted almost 10.000 unique users with almost 48.000 tweets!Wednesday and Thursday (13th and 14th) were definitely the strongest days, with most tweets between 8am and 11am, and then in the afternoons from like 12pm to 2.30pm.

When checking out Liveboardplease use CHROME, SAFARI or iPAD! We are currently working on a version compatible with FF4, but that still takes a little while.

The official re:publica stats containing everything in one place, plus a little bit more in-depth analysis was provided by buzzrank. buzzrank is a service of SocialObjects, a German start-up  for social media monitoring, founded in autumn 2009 by Oliver Wagner and Oliver Köster.

Very pretty and informative – these are the stats for the strongest day in terms of tweets and feedback for re:publica on the social web:

More buzzrank-stats for re:publica you can find here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3

Viva las real time conversations 🙂 !

Are there more Analytics around for re:publica? If so, please share them as a comment here. Thank you!

Update 21st of April: Here you can find the majority of blog posts about re:publica!

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