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Want To Predict Twitter Trends And Monitor Your Reach? Check Out TweetReach

What if you could track tweet data using a URL, twitter name, phrase or hashtag to predict Twitter trends affecting your brand, your candidate or yourself? Well, it’s only a click away at TweetReach.
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The Oscars On Twitter: 18,718 Tweets-Per-Second Record, But Dwarfed By Grammys

Some moments of the Oscars last night promoted a barrage of tweets, but the event was a pretty tame affair overall, according to Twitter.

There was no big drama, no crazy stunts, no acceptance speech that was embarrassingly long… which may be why the Oscars failed to compare to this year’s Grammys or Super Bowl in terms of the volume of tweets it inspired.
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TweetReach Now Has Free Accounts To Help You Measure How Far Your Tweet Traveled

TweetReach wants to help you answer the question “How far did my tweet travel?” They enable users to determine the reach and exposure of any Twitter username, hashtag, URL or keyword phrase.

If you’re interested in monitoring a Twitter campaign, evaluating the “stickiness” of your tweets or just seeing how effective you are at tweeting, you will want to log on to TweetReach and experiment with their newly minted free accounts – perfect for dipping your toes into Twitter analytics.
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Just How Far Did My Tweet Go? Find Out With TweetReach

Tracking and monitoring how well and far your content spreads on Twitter is valuable information for most users, but particularly brands and marketers. Putting an actual number on reach for any URL, username, keyword or phrase is both useful and actionable.

TweetReach gives you detailed reach analysis for any search term on how tweets about that term have spread on Twitter, and returns the data quickly and efficiently as a snapshot.

(Learn more here.)

As a working example, here are the results of a search for Twittercism:

This is a lot of useful data – the image above is trimmed to save space – and I can see myself referring to TweetReach on a regular basis.

Premium options are also available, including a one-time report which tracks up to 1500 tweets for $20, and TweetReach Pro, which allows you to monitor stats in real time (ranges from $84 to an eye-opening $899/month).