Social Platform & Publishers' Sentiment with keyword analysis
Based on social network sentiment analysis I'm happy to know that Google+ is among the most positive social platforms after LinkedIn and Pinterest.+LinkedIn
is the most positive social platform which makes sense for me. Looking at the keyword analysis people talk about ways to achieve success, habits of successful people, leadership, fortune, and more.+Pinterest
is all about experiences and feelings consumed in a visual way. From the keyword analysis it is apparent that women obviously dominate this social platform talking about nails, manicure, hairstyles, kitchen and more. The most used keywords refer are about life-hacks, health, decorating ideas, healthy food and recipes, workouts, DIY, yoga and more.
On the other hand +Google+
has a bit more weird keyword analysis with keywords like introvert, pillow, whistleblower and more.
Moreover, it is evident that publishers' sentiment has a direct impact on the social platform sentiment analysis as shown in the social network sentiment analysis graphs.
It's nothing new that most News organizations tend to publish more negatively toned articles than any other type of outlet
but I'm glad to see highly consumed publishers being more neutral and/or positive such as +BuzzFeed
ranking first as the most positive publisher.
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