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Twitter â€˘ With its popularity reaching sky high and user base creating a new milestone every month Twitter has become an ultimate marketing and promotional tool for business. Initially which was once started as a social networking platform has now become an unavoidable promotion practice. Companies have now started taking it seriously and made it as a part of their main stream marketing activity and putting some serious investments.
â€˘ With investments at such a high scale it really becomes necessary to follow and track the activities over this suddenly popped up social networking platform. â€˘ To help you in tracking and analyzing the activities over twitter below are some tools which will help you out.
1. Twitter Analyzer
â€˘ It shows you the break-up of your data over a chart helping you to analyze your tweets over the last month. â€˘ It also shares the number of tweets each day and on clicking the data point the panel shows you the tweet figures of that day.
It keeps track of your new + old tweets. Over time it becomes really difficult to track your tweets. So with the passage of time it automatically keeps your tweets in a self-labeled “Twitter + history”. • It is done by integrating with various calendar applications including Google Calendar, iCal, and any other applications that support webcal or iCalendar.
â€˘ A neat segmentation of all your tweets over the course of your twitter account. The segmentation of tweets is done according to day of week and time of day.
• It is similar to ‘Xefer’ just the representation is different and is in bar graphs. It tells about the who you’ve sent @replies to, who you’ve RT, and what API you are using, if any.
â€˘ Twitter Counter allows you to graph your followers, friends, and updates for three different time periods: the last week, the last month, and the last three months. It will also allow you to compare the stats for up to three users at a time.
• Twitter Grader is a tool put out by HubSpot and it attempts to measure the “power, reach, and authority of a Twitter account” based on the number of followers, the power of those follower, the number of updates, update recency, follower/following ratio and engagement.
â€˘ Tweet Meme is the Digg of Twitter. It tracks the hottest content on the web measured by the number of RTs and it also categorizes the content according to subject.