TipTop’s New Tweet Analyzer and Web Page Analyzer!

13 Aug

Today, numerous users frequent multiple websites and social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the like each and every day. Users post about everything from their favorite movies to the latest restaurant openings. The sheer amount of insights within data on websites and in social media is enormous. These insights can be helpful for anyone to leverage for their work and their life. However, how does, say, a restaurant owner, look at every review of their restaurant? How can they look at every tweet that someone has made critiquing this or that dish or the style of the restaurant or the cleanliness of the place? It is nearly impossible for a single human to read and interpret every single piece of information that could be relevant to their specific business or interest and then correlate all the findings fully. TipTop’s newly launched products, the Tweet Analyzer and the Web Page Analyzer, can help individuals & businesses accomplish exactly this amazingly difficult feat instantly!

TipTop’s powerful data analysis engine reads tweets and web pages for both topic extraction as well as highly refined sentiment analysis. This way you not only know what any tweet is about but also the general feeling or emotion behind it!

You can find these two new services at Once on that page, please click on the “Data analytics” tab in the top right corner. You will then be prompted to enter either a Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn username and password so that TipTop can provide a more personalized experience for you. From there, select either the Tweet Analyzer or the Web Page Analyzer depending on which kind of data you want TipTop to analyze for you. Before invoking either of these services, please read the “Output File Format” section by scrolling down to understand fully how exactly the results obtained from TipTop should be interpreted. Additionally, you will find payment information for either service in the”Pricing” section. A screenshot of each of the two services are shown below:

Tweet Analyzer


Web Page Analyzer

Web Page Analyzer Screenshot

Both these interfaces are very similar and user friendly. First fill in all the fields you want including each required field, indicated by a red asterisk. Make sure all the tweets or web page links you would like to have analyzed are stored in a CSV file. This will allow TipTop to easily read the data you input as well as generate an output file in the same standard format. Once you have created your CSV file, please upload it to either of the Analyzer Services by clicking “Choose File” and indicating the file’s location on your machine. Please also enter the Security Code to prove you are a human before you click “Submit.” Once this is done, you will be redirected to a page on so that you can make the required payment there.

TipTop will then go straight to work analyzing the input data which could be either tweets or web pages. Once the processing is complete, TipTop will notify you at the email address you submitted. In the email message you will receive, there will be a link to the output file which has the results of the analysis done on your input data.

Our Tweet Analyzer and Web Page Analyzer help both individuals and businesses find quickly valuable insights in their data so that they can act upon them promptly. We at TipTop hope that you will use our two services extensively as well as provide feedback as to how we can make them work even better for your needs. Also, be on the lookout for a variety of powerful products and services from TipTop Technologies that will be coming your way very soon!

Rahul Raj, Marketing Intern at TipTop Technologies





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Posted by on August 13, 2014 in Uncategorized


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