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Fed from GummySearch has already introduced an AI-based pattern finder to his Reddit audience research tool. Now, he has added an AI-based topic analysis, a submission summary, share pattern reports, and more.
AI-Based Topic Analysis
With GummySearch, you can now analyze the most discussed and fastest growing topics in any subreddit. This allows you to explore trends in your audience at a high level before diving into the details.
Trending topics are available on a per-subreddit basis or for your entire audience. When you look at audience topics, you’ll get an AI-generated summary of the topic and be able to browse the directory of those conversations. Topics are also cross-referenced by topic, so you can jump directly to pain points or solution requests specific to a particular popular topic.
Although the topics feature is available to all users, calculations of subreddit topics are prioritized for paid users.
Pro users of GummySearch can now quickly generate a summary of any Reddit post. In addition, they can also parse the topics and entities including companies, products and people mentioned in the post.
Share Pattern Reports
The Patterns feature now includes a shareable report! After calculating patterns for any keyword search, theme, or topic, you can share a URL for the report with your friends, team, or clients.
Visualize Your Audience
Finally, on your GummySearch audience page, there’s now a chart that shows you how your tracked subreddits stack up against everyone else on Reddit in terms of size, growth, reach, engagement, moderation, and activity.
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