About Femonoe

In Greek mythology, Phemonoe was a Greek poet of the ante-Homeric period. She was said to have been the first priestess of the oracle at Delphi. In some studies, attributed to the phrase \”know thyself\” (γνῶθι σεαυτόν) found inscribed at the entrance to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi.

Like in the old days in Delphi, in today\’s social media world Femonoe provides answers by fetching, analysing and sorting big data sets coming from social media discussions.

Femonoe sorts out social media big data to give you information that really matters. Femonoe eases the social media content curation process by using social media big data and helps you create thematic searches in supported social media and news networks around a subject. A thematic search is formed using keywords, both positive and negative, and retrieves content that can be sorted based on keyword relevance, popularity and retrieval date. The output can be viewed on Femonoe’s backend but can also be embedded on any web site.

When you create a new search and specify keywords Femonoe will be monitoring all supported social media and news networks for those keywords and provide you with the latest relevant results. While it is possible to get results from Femonoe’s DB without having to add any specific interest Facebook pages you can always add Facebook pages as sources to your search in order to increase the number of results.

In brief, Femonoe follows a 3 step process to give you and your audience the information you need:

  • Collects social media data from discussions around various social media networks,
  • Stores, manages, indexes and analyzes big data sets,
  • Gives you information you need based on your thematic search and keywords.

Femonoe analyzes big data sets of social media discussions to give you accurate info about:

  • What is currently discussed around a topic,
  • Identify trends,
  • Provide insights.
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