Report: About 1/4 Of Questions On Jelly Are Being AnsweredBy: Chris Crum - January 14, 2014
Jelly, the new visual Q&A app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, has been out for a week now, and some early third-party data regarding the app’s usage has surfaced.
RJMetrics’ Robert Moore says he’s been collecting data on all the questions and answers that have been posted by way of his own Jelly account and using “publicly accessible (if undocumented) API endpoints,” and analyzing using RJMetrics (via TechCrunch).
According to said data, Jelly saw over 100,000 questions asked in the first week with only about 25% of them actually being answered. Daily active users have been trending downward, he says, adding that each interaction with the app increases the likelihood of interacting again.
Moore counted 6,167 instances of the question “What is this?” which was the most popular among those listed. Given Jelly’s nature of requiring photos, this makes sense. There were 1,368 instances of “Who is this?” and 1,127 of “Whats this?” Other common questions included: What is it?, What is that?, Where am I?, Where is this?, What?, What’s that?, and What kind of dog is this? Half of the 100,000 questions, according to Moore, include the words: who, what, why, where, when or how.
He shares plenty more data and charts on the RJMetrics blog.
If nothing else, Jelly has been able to get some good publicity from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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