There’s major news coming from sister site AllFacebook Stats, which today announced that they have a new name: quintly. They’ll still provide quality statistical analysis, but they want the name to reflect that they also provide services for Twitter (and YouTube to soon come). Don’t worry, we’re not changing our name.
Now that the service formerly known as AllFacebook Stats, based in Germany, has branched out to provide analysis for Twitter and soon YouTube, the company decided that a name change was a smart choice.
With more than 25,000 users, quintly allows customers to not only monitor, compare and evaluate Facebook pages, but also their Twitter activity. Later this year, quintly will also provide services for brands’ YouTube videos.
Alexander Peiniger, the founder and CEO of quintly, discussed the company’s new vision:
The social media activites of our customers and agencies have gone far beyond Facebook for quite some time now. Therefore our know-how in the fields of data aggregation and processing has been increasingly requested for other platforms as well. Our services provide them with the quintessence of all decisive factors for their social media activities at a glance. Thus quintly.
Readers: Did you ever use AllFacebook Stats‘ services? Are you interested in quintly?