Evolve and Progress with In-Depth Social Media Monitoring
Who are we
Whether you are a multinational or a small business, the key to thriving is be aware of what your market says about your brand. Nowadays, it is difficult to get the right feedback from your target market, thanks to the cluttered mess of opinions you find on social media. Don't worry, SENTi's got your back. SENTi acts as a bridge between you and the market, by making social media work for you, rather than against you. With its cutting-edge monitoring and analysis algorithms, SENTi assists you in analyzing market feedback that other tools cannot normally process. What more, SENTi supports the ever confusing Filipino language, making it the perfect tool for Filipino businesses.
What we offer

Supported Local Languages

Understand your market better. SENTi supports keywords and terms in English, Filipino, Taglish, and any other varations of the language.

Real-Time Data Monitoring

Check out the buzz on the brand, any time. Conversations about your business pop up in real-time on the 24-7 SENTi livestream. Never miss out anymore on the latest buzz about your brand.

Precise Sentiment Analysis

Eliminate the guesswork and understand your market's sentiment. Find out what your market really says about you. Positive? Neutral? Negative? SENTi conveniently puts all of these sentiments from your market in one detailed report.

Package Features

License per User
Analysis of posts
in English, Filipino, and Filipino Contemporary Variations
Search Keywords and Topics
Analytics, Tag Cloud, Unified Stream
Report Generation
View posts on selected channels


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Manila 2013
2nd Place in the Seedstars World
Manila 2014
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Latest Blog Post

Was the Voice in Social Media Reflective of the Election Results?

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Veronica Sanchez

A few hours after the partial, unofficial results of the elections came in, it was clear who our next president would be. Presumptive President-elect Rodrigo Duterte was the last among the presidential candidates to decide to join the race. In...

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Miting de avance through the social media lens

Posted on May 09, 2016 by Veronica Sanchez

Swelling crowds. Rallying cries. Indeed, May 7, 2016 was the beginning of the end for the country’s presidential aspirants. As the campaign season for one of the fiercest election seasons ended, we are now headed into the beginning of what...

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Invasion of Twitter Bots in the 2016 Philippine Election

Posted on May 03, 2016 by Charibeth Cheng

In the last Presidential Debates, SENTi collected more than 1.1M tweets from 5:30-9:20pm. The distribution of the tweets per candidate is shown below: Before someone claims popularity in Twitter, the numbers cannot be taken as is. As much we would...

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