Sunday, 20 December 2009

Bitly.TV highlights hottest online videos through analysing Twitter stats

Twitter's default (and widely used) URL shortener have launched

Bitly TV videoBitly.TV video aggregation derived from Twitter links

Bitly.TV analyses the URLs being posted to Twitter and then showcases the most popular videos being shared through Twitter across a variety of different time frames - with users able to see results for 'now', 'last day' and 'last two days.'

Another interesting data source for 'whats hot right now' - especially as it is based on Twitter link analysis and highlights most popular video rather than most popular words.

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Dan said...

Great find! It always amazed me that Bitly didn't do a chart of top links...

Nick Burcher said...

Yes - I think this is going to be useful!