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Will 'Internet Forums' make a comeback?


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JustMarc

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Hello,

 

Not sure where to post general discussion on Internet Forums.

 

Internet forums offer organized formats to classify topics, and posts; as well as providing important statistical information i.e., number of threads, number of posts, and number of reads (or views). Hence, Internet forums can provide valuable data on important trends; trends which may otherwise remain overlooked!

 

In order to glean important trends from Internet/social media, the use of algorithms to separate "the signal from the (overwhelming) noise" are a necessity (predictive analytics tries to glean important data.)

 

Yet, again, Internet forum statistics esp. statistic applied in well.............."novel ways" can also provide a basic approach towards gleaning important data!

 

In short, the use of both Internet forums, and predictive analytics can further boost our navigation of that vast sea of data!

 

Thank-you               


Edited by JustMarc, 21 March 2017 - 01:11 PM.

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RolandJS

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cool, man, cool  :)


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JustMarc

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cool, man, cool   :)

Thank-you for your response.

 

Will Internet forums always play those important, yet overlooked roles within the Internet/social media ecosystem?


Edited by JustMarc, 29 March 2017 - 05:47 PM.

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