MINING SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR BUSINESS COMPETITION ANALYSIS
Success in Business is defined by how attractive and
appealing a product of certain business appears to a customer than
its competition. How can one a competitor with less business
compete with any business in a similar market segment? Check
where the product your lacks and where the competitor's product
has an upper hand. Though in the competitive world to sustain a
business a lot of efforts have to been taken but not much of
research is undertaken in this field. In this paper, we present how
we can enlist our competitor's strengths to use them in any
business in a field and make it better when compared to that
business. We use many online reviews from various websites and
online sources along with abundant sources of information that
can be found from multiples range of domains. We then analyze the
data and provide quality insights about the data which can be used
in decision making. These insights can be used to analyze how
scalable our approach tends to be for various kind of projects along
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