Gnip now also includes data from GetGlue


Gnip, the company that calls itself “The Social Media API” has a mission to collect all social media data. They already get data from Facebook, WordPress, Twitter and Tumblr now also have firehose access to the GetGlue data.

GetGlue is one the most prominent social tv check-in services where you can check in what you are watching and comment on a series or film.

Since Gnip services 8 out of 9 of the largest social media monitoring companies, this is also a great opportunity for GetGlue to gain more visibility.



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