30dB is a free opinion search and opinion publishing platform. That’s right, you can drop just about any topic you want to know public opinion on into our app and get back the aggregate positive and negative opinion on that topic from social media. You guys created social media and we’re just giving it back to you in an analyzed form.
We do our best to cover the globe (ok, just the English speaking globe for now) on topics of discussion in social media and then organize these topics by the main topic of your interest and co-occurring topics around your topic of interest. This means you can query the iPad and drill into other popular topics of discussion about the iPad, like retina, application, battery, etc. You can either select these co-topics from those we provide or enter in your own – just separate them with a comma to help our app figure out what you’re interested in. For example: Kobe Bryant, defense.
We also figure out the sentiment on all of these so you are provided with public opinion on your topic or topics of interest. You can also compare topics to see what people think about one candidate, movie, artist, toaster vs. another.
And we make it easy to embed the results in just about any writings online to inform, educate and to help you prove your point. From news articles on social issues, to blogs about hybrid cars, to smack talk about a game, 30dB lets you bring public opinion into the mix and create a more interactive, rich media experience for your audience.
Also, our infographics are your portal to public opinion. Once embedded, 30dB results infographics are designed to be live to the viewer. So if you bump into an infographic on Obama and are more interested in opinion on Obama and Jobs, have at it. If you want to see Obama vs John Boehner, feel free. And if you’ve had enough of politics and just want want to decide between Guardians of the Galaxy and American Sniper, knock yourself out. Every infographic embedded by an author is your window to public opinion on anything of interest to you.
One last bit. We’re in beta, which means the paint is still pretty wet. We’re interested in your feedback and we’ll have plenty of fixes in front of us and new features rolling out over time (see Where We’re Headed) but we’re asking you to cut us some slack in the early days. It is much appreciated.