This is just a quick follow-up to my post on using word clouds or wordles for competitive intelligence. ScrewTinny – the competitive marketing intelligence service that I’m developing, now creates wordles based on vendors’ marketing copy, but there was a problem when looking at wordles containing the marketing copy for more than one product. I’ve […]
[An updated version of this post can be found here] It’s been a while since I updated this blog on my efforts to build my on-line competitive intelligence service (codenamed ScrewTinny). As I’m now not too far away from releasing an alpha version, I thought I’d start to share some of the output. At the […]
Continuing the research I’ve documented in these pages… …I’ve either stumbled across, been gently reminded or have been actively asked to include specific vendors in the list of cloud computing vendors. So here’s REV 4. The actual list of vendors is shown in the tag list below. Also included in the Wordle is a […]
I’ve made a minor update and per some of the comments I received I’ve made the Wordle a little more readable – but not that readable as that’s sort of the point. Danny Goodall
I’m going to maintain a wordle of vendors that appear to have an association with cloud computing. I will add to this during the course of my research. Here’s the first draft. Click for a larger version. Initial vendors supplied courtesy of the good people at Opencrowd. Danny Goodall.
So that’s the REPAMA blog in words based on the clever algorithms at wordle.net. I wonder what this will look like in a year? Will the words slowdown or recession be dominant or will they be replaced by the words hope, optimism and recovery? Danny Goodall