Top 5 news stories - Week of June 26th to July 2nd, 2012

 

Rank Events Media prominence score
Top 5 news stories across Canada
1 NHL free agents market 1.67%
2 Canada Day 1.51%
3 Euro 2012 1.49%
4 Elliot Lake mall collapse 1.21%
5 NHL draft 0.81%

 

 

Top 5 Twitter - Week of June 26th to July 2nd, 2012

 

 

  Keywords Score
Canada
1 #ICantDateYou 3.23%
2 #HonestyHour 3.23%
3 #JulyWish 3.14%
4 #WhatMostWomenWant 2.60%
5 #HappyCanadaDay 2.43%

 

 

  Keywords Score
United States
1 #ICantDateYou 3.19%
2 #BestMixtapesEver 3.04%
3 #MindlessBETAwards 2.42%
4 #ToMyFutureKids 2.39%
5 #WhatMostWomenWant 2.35%

 

 

  Keywords Score
World
1 #JulyWish 3.44%
2 #ICantDateYou 2.92%
3 #ToMyFutureKids 2.27%
4 #HonestyHour 2.25%
5 #WhatMostWomenWant 1.89%


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Established in 2001, Influence is Canada's premier news information broker. From its head office in Montreal, Influence conducts media monitoring for the majority of Canada's largest corporations. With its Interactive Communication Environment (ICE) system and network of partners across Canada and in 160 countries, Influence offers comprehensive monitoring, aggregation and analysis of print and broadcast media and more than 7,000 Internet news sites. Each day, Influence collects over 700,000 news items from around the world.

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