Yesterday, Technorati turned up 3…what an amazing journey so far!
According to a post by Technorati CEO, Dave Sifry, here is the list of changes in latest release –
- Technorati is 3 years old! What an amazing trip so far.
- The World Live Web is all about people – We’re here to help make sense of all the interesting stuff we do in real-time.
- Technorati’s rolled out a major update to our site and to our back-end systems.
- We’ve made some major speed and accuracy improvements in core search.
- Link counting is a lot more accurate and timely.
- We’ve personalized the homepage so you can get a look at all the stuff you care about on one page.
- While we love expert bloggers, we’ve also spent a lot of time making Technorati understandable to normal people.
- We’ve added in lots of features to help you make sense of the blogosphere, including Discover, which is topic-based, (dead link – http://technorati.com/faves) Favorites, which gives YOU the power to pick your favorite blogs, and (dead link – http://technorati.com/pop) Popular, which algorithmically derives the most linked-to items in the last few days.
- We’ve made some big changes to (dead link – http://technorati.com/blogs/) blog profiles – allowing you to get stats about any blog that Technorati tracks, including the tags used, posting frequency, traffic, and Technorati ranking.
- We’ve made things easier for advertisers and partners, and we’ve been overwhelmed with demand. We’re building out our capabilities, and if you’re interested in advertising, drop us a line.
- This is just a start – there’s more to come in the coming weeks and months, including better charts, more real-time spam detection and elimination, more real-time media indexing, microformats integration, and additional localization and language support.