Social Discovery was born in 2011 out of the idea and acknowledgement that social media internet research was on the brink of becoming one of the most important metrics in a sea of applications and a multitude of industries. Four years and much recognition later, we feel we are still at the beginning of this evolving and dynamic industry. Our headquarters are in Charlotte NC, a flourishing city on the data frontier, with associates scattered in multiple locations nationally. In 2016, we decided to expand our operations into The UK and Ireland having identified the need for a comprehensive and affordable Social Media research tool.

Who We Are

A software-enabled services company specialising in social media background, investigative reporting and data analytics. The Social Discovery teams' expertise comes from their extensive experience in social media investigations combined with years of collective vertical market knowledge. Our passion is saving our customers time, money, and resources.

Our Methodology: CPU + IQ

We learned early on that no amount of software programming alone was ever going to provide our customers with the quality of reports or level of service they need and demand. And while our innovative software offers unsurpassed speed and accuracy, human intelligence is a key element to every single report we generate for our customers. Organisationally, we remain fully committed to investing in the training and ongoing development for our staff to remain the best in this dynamic, ever-changing market.

About Us Why Choose Social Discovery Corp?

  • Reduce human and financial resource drain
  • Best-in-class proprietary search technology platform
  • Most accurate search results by combining machine learning software and human intelligence
  • Easy integration with your current SOP
  • Exceptional customer service and account management
  • Lowest price point available in the marketplace
  • No long-term commitments
  • Full compliance with global regulatory standards
  • Encrypted storage and transferring of data