SocialTickers from Tip'd 2.0 tracks companies on the social web

It's harder than ever to stay on top of what's being said about a particular company online; conversations which were once reserved for the talking heads on Bloomberg and MSNBC are now taking place in real time on Twitter and other social web services. Before today tracking all of these mentions was a time intensive endeavor involving numerous alerts and websites, but thanks to SocialTickers, launched as part of the new Tip'd 2.0, following a company's online buzz is but a click away.

Tip'd SocialTickers make it easy to track news and mentions of any company listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ. The SocialTicker tool shines when it comes to tracking a company on the social web; culling information from Twitter, Technorati, Delicious, and of course Tip'd. On top of these references, the page displays 15 minute delayed stock information and links to further information from sites like the Motley Fool and AOL Finance as well as many others.

The SocialTicker works so well because it provides a great dashboard display of information and direct links to pretty much every other authority on the stock, giving users an easy way to get a feel for what's being said right now. For anyone actively tracking a company, the Tip'd SocialTicker is your new must use tool.The best way to understand the power of the SocialTicker is to watch the video below or check out Google's SocialTicker.

On top of tracking companies across the social web, Tip'd is a great resource for personal finance news and ideas with more than 6,000 users and 100 new stories a day. The Social Ticker isn't the only cool new addition to Tip'd. They have also rolled out video integration, leaderboards and announced a partnership with Soon you'll be able to Tip a post just by clicking on the "Share This Post" link at the bottom of each post. We will also be featuring top stories from Tip'd. Stay tuned!
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