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They’re the Twitter heavyweights, the tweet elite, the upper echelon of tweeps society. Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry are the three most-followed Twitter users of all time, and now they’re about to face off to see who is most influential among their tens of millions of followers.
Sports fans are among Twitter’s most active users. But their behavior patterns are often not like those power-users you see tweeting 25 times a day, even on Sundays – instead, they log on during a game, tweet and retweet like crazy, and log off.
TwitSprout, creators of a one-page Twitter dashboard for all the stats you could want about your Twitter profile, has taken a look at the surge of tweets sent during the MLB post season games, and discovered the heartbeat of baseball fans around the US.
The TwitSprout team loves what they do. I met them at their office in Waterloo, Ontario, working out of the back of a house owned by another startup co-founder, Michael Litt (@michaelrlitt) of VidYard, where they offered me BBQ veggie burgers and some great insight into where Twitter analytics is headed.
Over grilled-to-perfection burgers, I heard from Dan (@dHolowack), Adrian (@apetresc) and Abhi (@abh1nv) about the new features that current TwitSprout users can expect in the next few months, how competitive the Twitter app developer space is, and just how many long nights and longer days it took them to create and manage one of the smoothest Twitter analytics products on the market.
Obama took to Twitter on Wednesday to answer Americans’ questions about jobs and the economy, in what was the first-ever White House Twitter Town Hall. Now that it’s over, how did Obama do in answering the questions most important to the nation?
Twitter dashboard providers Twitsprout has put together a slick infographic that digs deep into the questions asked, the answers given, and just how effective this Twitter Town Hall really was.
In less than an hour, President Obama will be answering questions in the first ever White House Twitter Town Hall. If you’re interested in following along with the President’s answers to questions on jobs and the economy, the TwitSprout team has put together a dashboard that will keep tabs on all aspects of the event.