Sunnyvale, CA, October 28, 2009: TipTop Technologies, Inc. presents TipTop Search's 2009 Halloween Costume Special
Halloween costume ideas, tips and tweets for this 2009 Halloween season are abound and trending on Twitter, search engines and social networks. If you don't already have a Halloween costume idea or if you want to see how your costume compares to others, you have come to the right place. With the TipTop spirit of making tasks easier, providing the right information at the right time, and enabling communication when needed, TipTop's semantic search engine has compiled over 4000 Halloween costume ideas from people on Twitter who have been sharing, commenting, selling, buying, making and talking about all things related to dressing up, celebrating and having fun during these 2009 Halloween festivities. TipTop has analyzed millions of messages to come up with five Top 10 Halloween Costume Lists. Go to TipTop's 2009 Halloween Special to see the results for the Top 10 Popular Costumes, Top 10 Celebrity Costumes, Top 10 Character Costumes, Top 10 Creature Costumes & Top 10 Object Costumes.
If you don't see what you are looking for in TipTop's 2009 Halloween Costumes lists or by browsing through the thousands of Halloween Costume Cloud entries you can easily enter a search for any costume in the TipTop Search box. If you want some Halloween costume search suggestions, click "Pick One Costume" below the search box and "TipTop" the search term.
How are the Top 10 Costume Lists and Costume Clouds generated?
TipTop’s advanced semantic engine understands each and every tweet just like a human being would. As a result, it can discover from within the tweets exactly who is planning to wear what costume this Halloween. Once collected and aggregated across individual tweets, this knowledge is presented organized in several different ways in TipTop's 2009 Halloween Special page. We classify the costumes into a number of natural categories and show the top costumes within each category based on the overall popularity. The sentiment attached to each costume is computed and reported by estimating the sentiment expressed in each of the corresponding tweets from Twitter's API feeds.
TipTop Technologies, Inc. is an emerging Silicon Valley-based company founded in summer of 2008 whose first consumer-facing product on the Internet was launched at http://FeelTipTop.com in June 2009. Through building some unique and powerful technology at the outset, TipTop is well-positioned to take up a leadership position in the growing market of semantic-driven products both in the consumer and the enterprise space.
For further information, please contact:
Shyam Kapur, President & CEO
TipTop Technologies, Inc.