About Gnip

The Best Turn To Gnip

Why do IBM, Adobe and Salesforce rely on Gnip? Reliable, sustainable and complete access to social data is critical to their business.

Global Customers

Gnip serves customers in over 40 countries who serve over 95% of the companies in the Fortune 500. They demand a robust, scalable enterprise-grade service.

15 Billion Per Day

With the most sources, the most customers, and the most robust infrastructure, Gnip reliably delivers an enormous stream of social media data.

Sources

Gnip has all the social data you're looking for.

Complete Access

We provide complete access to the largest selection of social data sources. Learn more ›

Managed Public API Access

We provide managed public API access to a wide range of social data sources. Learn more ›

Products

Our robust suite of products ensure that you receive every social activity you need.

Firehose

Gnip offers complete access to realtime streams of public data from the top social networks. We get every public activity from social networks like Twitter, Tumblr, and Wordpress, add in our own enrichments and then pass the data on to you, all in the blink of an eye. More about Firehose.

PowerTrack

PowerTrack is Gnip's enterprise-grade filtering language that gives you the ability to get complete coverage of the data you need. Filter on geo-boundaries, keyword and phrase matches, the presence of links or images, the language of an activity and much more. More about PowerTrack.

Historical PowerTrack

Do you need to analyze Tweets from months or years ago? With Historical PowerTrack for Twitter you can make this a reality. Historical PowerTrack for Twitter gives you complete, enterprise-grade access to the full archive of public Twitter data, all the way back to the very first Tweet from March 21, 2006. More about Historical PowerTrack.

Search API

Gnip's Search API for Twitter gives you complete and instant access to the last 30 days of Twitter data so you have everything you need at your fingertips. Build powerful new solutions for your customers with easy, instant and complete access to Twitter data. More about Search API.

Enrichments

With an extensive list of enrichments to add to your streams, Gnip has the enterprise-grade options you need for your business. From Klout to Geo to Language Detection, adding value and reliability to your social data is as simple as using Gnip. More about Enrichments.

Plugged In to Gnip

Plugged In to Gnip partners are industry leaders committed to building their solutions on reliable, sustainable and complete access to social data.

Plugged In Partners

What does it mean to be Plugged In? Plugged In partners provide complete access to the platforms that matter. Plugged In partners are building their solutions on an enterprise-grade platform that's architected to ensure you never miss a Tweet, Post, Comment or Like.

Success Stories

By providing a complete and reliable stream of Twitter data, Gnip is playing a critical role in helping the Library of Congress build a stable, sustainable archive for future generations.

Library of Congress

Gnip is the world's premier provider of social data.

Adobe

Gnip has been a fantastic partner as our product and business have scaled. They have world-class technology and people capable of delivering an enterprise service that meets our extremely high quality requirements.

Simply Measured

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Twitter and IBM Partner to Transform Decision Making

I’m thrilled to announce that Twitter and IBM are partnering to transform how businesses and institutions understand their customers, markets and trends – and inform every business decision. For details, see our post on the Twitter blog and IBM’s press release... Read more

Tweeting in the Rain, Part 4: Tweets during the 2013 Colorado flood

In August 2013, we posted two “Tweeting in the Rain” (Part 1 & Part 2) articles that explored important roles social data could play in flood early-warning systems. These two posts focused on determining whether there was a Twitter “signal” that correlated to local rain measurements. We looked at ten rain events from 2009-2012 in six different regions of the country, including San Diego, Las Vegas, Louisville and Boulder... Read more

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