I love stats. Do you? If you don’t, you’ll still want to read this as I am convinced that this is one of the best Twitter Analytics Tool I have found to date on the sphere. Think of it as the Google Analytics for Twitter. Now, you may be asking, why all this excitement and what tool am I actually talking about?
Enter Twitalyzer, one of the industry’s most popular, widely used Twitter analytics application. The next question is why am I all excited about this tool? Here’s why:
- First and foremost it is 100% free. No catch, no trials, no sale pitch, nada. It is free, period.
- Integration with Google Analytics.
- Powerful Interactive Charts and Graphs.
- Rich Data Visualizations.
- Easy to Read Summary Metrics.
- No need to register. If you login via the Twitter OAUT protocol though, the metrics you will get will catapult you to a dashboard where insane features are readily available. Some of these include the Google Analytics integration, segmentation tools, goal tracking, and user tagging.
- and much, much more…
Twitter Influence Calculator
Now called Impact for better semantic accuracy, it is a combination of several factors, these being:
* The number of followers a user has
* The number of unique references and citations of the user in Twitter
* The frequency at which the user is uniquely retweeted
* The frequency at which the user is uniquely retweeting other people
* The relative frequency at which the user posts updates
What other Twitter Metrics can be obtained?
Ther are so many stuff that it is better if you download the PDF document the Twitalyzer developers have created and read at your leisure.
How to Get Started in Twitalyzer in Five Minutes?
Whew! Hopefully I have convinced you to give Twitalyzer a try. In fact, here is a challenge. I like this tool so much that I am willing to take a risk. Try it and if you don’t like it, never visit my website again. If you do like it, please come back, comment and ReTweet this post and others like crazy to help me be one of the most influential person on Twitter🙂 How’s that for a guarantee?