So, let’s get on with it.
1. 1,000 days of collective intelligence courtesy of PeopleBrowsr.com. The reason why this is (potentially) so exciting for social marketers is that you can conduct the bulk of your social media audits from the one place. People Browsr can search for a brand name, social media handle, or keyword and return results about gender splits, community location, and a host of other useful analytics. It also incorporates ReSearch.ly—arguably the best social search platform going around.
2. The ever-prolific Google releases Image Chart Editor. Google has been on a new products tear of late, and it continues the good work with the beta release of this tool. Image Chart Editor enables you to create any chart you can imagine and then embed it into a Web page or presentation with minimal fuss. The Map Creator tool is especially useful.