FAIRFAX, Va., Jan. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- E.Life, the social media monitoring and social CRM vendor, is monitoring the messages transmitted on Twitter during the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held this year in Las Vegas on January 6-9. CES is the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow, with 2,700 exhibitors and more than 120,000 visitors. E.Life is using the company's Tweetmeter software to follow the Twitter buzz in real time and analyze the results.
The brands most mentioned on Twitter during the event can be viewed at www.elifemaps.com. The map shows not only the most mentioned brands, but also which major U.S. cities those tweets are originating from.
"One of the unique features of our Twitter mapping is the ability to cross-reference the information on the brands with the cities where the products and companies are being mentioned. This information can provide very useful insights to the brand managers and social media marketers," explains Jairson Vitorino, CTO of E.Life.
The brands being monitored include Microsoft Windows, Android, Sony, Motorola, Samsung, and Apple iPad. Among the cities monitored are New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco Seattle, and Miami.
E.Life is a social media monitoring and social CRM vendor working with communities, blogs, personal sites, forums and wherever spontaneous consumer-involved public dialogue takes place. The company launched in August 2004 and uses its technology to monitor and analyze the Internet's leading issues. For more information: www.elifemonitor.com