Aggregator

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Aggregator may refer to:

  • News aggregator, software or a website that aggregates news from various sources
  • Poll aggregator, a website that aggregates polling data to gauge public sentiment on key political issues or to measure likely support for a candidate or party in an upcoming election. See the following examples:
  1. FiveThirtyEight
  2. RealClearPolitics
  3. Politicrunch
  4. DrudgeReport
  • Review aggregator, a website that aggregates reviews of movies or other products or services
  • Search aggregator, software that aggregates search results from various search engines
  • Social network aggregation, the collection of content from multiple social network services
  • Video aggregator, a website that aggregates online videos from various sources
  • Job ads aggregator, a website that aggregates job ads from various job boards, multiposter sites, as well as from direct employers and recruiting agencies

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