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GNOSS guide for... coolhunters

Internet is a great square where conversation branches out and distributes. For GNOSS, many users share highly specialized information in specified fields. Actually, they show new movements, ideas and projects that will play a leading role in the future. So, GNOSS can be a useful tool for people who want to detect and follow emerging trends.


A quick search
The person who wants to find a trend (coolhunter) can have a quick overview of what topics are ‘cooking’ in the GNOSS communities by entering the list of communities. He has two very simple options there. He can see the tag cloud and watch what the main terms and concepts on the resources shared in GNOSS are. At first glance, he will identify detect what words stand out from the rest because they are bigger size. For example, in the first GNOSS months, you can see that terms like collective thinking and knowledge management have a remarkable presence. Another option for the coolhunter is to review the list of communities that are immediately after the tag cloud. GNOSS shows first the most active communities.

‘Trend topics’ by communities
GNOSS tags could resemble what has been called ‘trend topics’. In the area of a community is more likely to take advantage of their usefulness. If the manager is proactive, he will usually modify the community tags so that the content is updated. These tags contain concepts and trends that may be interesting. Clicking on them, the user enters the GNOSS search engine, where he can associate that concept with other ones related on the basis of his interest.

Trends leaders
The powerful GNOSS search engine makes possible to find people and organizations that are working in very specific fields. By searching, you can access their profile. If the user has made it public, his resources can be a good source of information on what is ‘moving’in his field. You can also reach a user from a community: perhaps he’s bringing the most resources and is leading a trend.


Publicado el 16.7.2010 por Equipo GNOSS


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