I’ve been doing something below the radar of my social graph of daily routine updates. In the past couple of weeks, I’ve testing many products from major web-tech companies. I know you must be asking why – For starting, let me tell you that it’s one the interesting things that you can do. But thinking truly, one of many reasons is to find the hidden gold within those not-so famous apps which might turn out to be the next most major app, both for personal and more importantly for enterprises. Also there is a high probability that many of you guys (considering that all the readers here are smarter than average crowd) might have used those application/services before.

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So as I was saying, such interests has led me to believe that the next (yet again) phase of capitalist revolution will try to test waters of enterprise solutions since financially business ventures never had any problems in putting money where they have had found much value. But this can’t be said about personal users like us who spend countless hours per day on internet, mostly using services free of change. Even more so, we also vehemently oppose to the very idea of giving money to use any basic application over internet. Now I don’t want to get into the whole debate of why (may be some other day) but surely the next monetization scope for any internet business lies in enterprise solutions. But lets face it, it definitely comes with a caveat i.e. it has to provide value at par with the financial cost attached with it – e.g. Google Apps. Ever since I’ve started using it for my professional reasons (yes my present company H-Farm Ventures have Google as their basic email, docs etc provider and since I’ve been using it for the last couple of months, I haven’t seen any problem, even when Google run into much debate about their recent #Gmail #fail outages).

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Anyways, continuing with the topic, I never realized that many companies who have been coming up with new new products already have those hidden gems which we might not realize instantly (even those companies too) that it has huge potential to provide immense value which we won’t mind paying to use it later; especially enterprises who are looking for reliable, accurate and faster flow of information. Now I guess, it’s pointless to mention even that information will hold the key to break the consumer code IMHO (with respect to this, I still remember reading Bill Gates’ book many years back whose title “Business @ the Speed of Thought” says it all.

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So enough talking now – so what are those apps I’m talking about that has potential to go long and create interest at enterprise level also. Below I’m listing couple of apps which I personally feel has to full grown potential to go long since it provides the unique characteristics of speed, near fatal accuracy and coherent information.

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1. Google Domestic Trends: Google Domestic Trends basically tracks Google search traffic across specific sectors of the economy. Changes in the search volume of a given sector on google.com may provide unique economic insight. (As of now, its restricted to US search traffic but hoping this product to evolve faster to provide key insights).

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2. Google Insights: I found this tool to be quite helpful. Actually better than Google trends sometimes. With this tool, we can compare search volume patterns across specific regions, categories, time frames and properties.

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3. Facebook Lexicon – Sometime back I wrote about Facebook’s attempt at digging information from its vast socialscape. They named it Lexicon. This tool follows language trends across Facebook. Specifically, Lexicon looks at the usage of words and phrases on profile, group and event Walls and calculates it as per demographics, associations, sentiment pulse and maps too for each keywords or tag you would be interested. I can see lot of user sentimental analysis happening through this tool (if it evolves that is).

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4. Google Wave: I’m quite bullish @ Google Wave’s future outlook because it presents a case where it might revolutionize the way we are looking at present day emailing. For this, I think you should read this very insightful post by Daniel Tenner.

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5. Real-time search – I’m searching for that one app/website which will fulfil my need to know real-time information. Top of my mind, I think TweetMeme, Topsy, Collecta, OneRiot, Twitter Search caters to my needs. But still I haven’t yet found one which will do it for me. Actually thinking more about it, I don’t think that right now I will decide on only one since this space is still evolving – waiting for Bing & Google to latch on to it though. But surely real-time search has caught our fancy and sure presents lot of possibilities, even for enterprises.

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Finally, I’m sure I haven’t even skimmed the surface of the above mentioned topic. So if you’ve used or experienced any such apps/websites which you think presents a great possibility, then do let us know.

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