CASTRO VALLEY, Calif.
- March 24, 2016
-- Binx.tv has a new collection of data analysis tools free to the web for all Streamers to enjoy.
Binx.tv, a social video streaming community, just released a first collection of data analysis tools to draw from the popular #Twitch.tv streaming service as well as the popular Binx Stream Assist enhancement app. Melding data together and offering it for free to all video Streamers. Making Binx the one-stop shop for all your video streaming data needs.
This latest collection of data visualization tools help Streamers find things like 'the best days and times to stream', 'the most optimal games to play' in order to gain new followers, build streamer popularity and find 'ingest servers' with ease.
"Binx is all about the streamer." says Jean A. Ames, Binx CTO and founder, "We are excited to be building a community that not only creates revenue and connections for our streamers, it works to share data and tools in a free and transparent way that helps the whole industry grow."
The Binx data visualization tools begin by offering 'Twitch.tv Statistics (http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fbinx.tv%2Ftwit...
)'. A collection of graph offerings that showcase raw hourly data coming from the most popular social video streaming service in the market today. Binx then applies a series of calculations to the data that share the optimal days and times to stream for the greatest audience reach.
The 'Games Graph (http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fbinx.tv%2Ftwit...
)' lays out the most popular games being played on Twitch.tv at any given time. With a collection of filter options that can be manipulated in order to find neat nuggets of information like what games to play in order to gain the most followers for your stream. Each game can be graphed for live viewer counts, total channels streaming it and who the top related streamers are. Add to this viewer, popularity and alphabetical filtering and this data becomes one of the most unique ways to look at industry data to date.
'Top Binx Streamers (http://binx.tv/
', 'Channel Information (http://binx.tv/
', 'Streamer Popularity (http://l.facebook.com/
2Fstreamer-popularity.html&h=8AQFOmx7e&s=1)', 'Emoticons (http://l.facebook.com/
2Femoticons.html&h=wAQGwupDX&s=1)' and many more visualization tools build upon this new offering and give you a collection of free that will make Binx your one-stop for all things Streamer related.
Binx is the team that brings you the Binx Stream Assist app (http://l.facebook.com/
2Fget_bsa_new.html&h=9AQGvGjpS&s=1). The best app on the desktop for newbie streamers as well as professionals looking for a single source enhancement app. All Binx members can find their streams shared through the Binx Mobile (http://l.facebook.com/
2Fviewers.html&h=3AQHN6g2k&s=1) apps ( iOS and Android ). For an easy way to find streamers that fit your style. Soon to be releasing the BinxPrep desktop app to help jumpstart each and every stream with a professional touch.
Find it all at: Binx.tv
2F&h=OAQHVyM82&s=1) is a social video streaming community. Focused on promoting the power of this new medium and its' content creators, the Streamers. We help to transition Streamers into small business people. Providing a growing variety of multi-device tools and services. All centered around building connections, revenue and community throughout the social video streaming industry.