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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Dashboard’

Twitter Analytics Are Now Available to Everyone (And Here’s the Top Metric You Should Watch)

Twitter Analytics Are Now Available to Everyone (And Here's The Top Metric You Should Watch)

Twitter revamped its new analytics dashboard back in early July but the update, useful as it was, was only available for Twitter advertisers and those with verified accounts.

Good news: yesterday, analytics.twitter.com opened its doors to everyone, which means you can finally see just how well (or poorly) your tweets are doing.

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Twitter Marketing

Twitter MarketingStarting November 3, learn how to reach influencers, build followers, and engage a community in your brand! Taught by the former marketing director at Conde Nast Digital, Jim Hopkinson will teach you how to use analytics to measure your success, use hashtags to direct conversations, and optimize your tweet schedule to make sure you're reaching your followers when they're listening. Register now!

SocialBro Now Analyzes The Impact Of The Content You Share On Twitter

SocialBro, an expansive Twitter dashboard tool, is kicking things up a notch with a brand new “Tweet Analytics” tool unveiled this week.

For the first time, SocialBro lets you measure the impact of the actual content you share on Twitter, improving the effectiveness of your messages.

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The Number One Rule of Using Twitter Dashboards: Know Your Accounts

“I can’t believe how long it takes to get a coffee in this town!” While this is a pretty innocuous statement, you might feel differently if it came from your favorite coffee brand’s Twitter account. You might also wonder who was in charge of updating that account, and who dropped the ball on screening its tweets. If you’re a social media manager or part of a social media team who uses a Twitter dashboard as part of your toolkit, pay attention to this golden rule: know your accounts, or face the consequences.
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