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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Measurements’

SumAll Upgrades Its Twitter Analytics Tool

Analytics hub SumAll, through which you can track performance on 32 platforms, from Twitter and Facebook to Amazon and eBay, has released a major upgrade to the Twitter analytics section of its user dashboard.

Now if you’re a SumAll user, you can conveniently and securely measure the reach of your tweets, identify your most influential followers, see if your account or hashtag is trending, and even learn if specific search terms are generating predominantly positive or negative tweets.

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Measure The Spread Of Your Tweets Over The World With “Where Does My Tweet Go?”

A new online application called “Where Does My Tweet Go?” lets you examine exactly how a tweet spreads through Twitter.

The service, still in beta and created by information architect Benoît Vidal along with the team at MFG Labs in France, uses a visual algorithm to illustrate how your messages spread among both your followers and strangers.

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How To Find Your Top Twitter Influencers – For Free

We all love free stuff, right? And we particularly love when that ‘free something’ offers valuable info about our brands’ top social influencers.

Sound too good to be true? Well, it isn’t. But don’t take our word for it – check it out.
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Twitter to be Used to Predict Stock Market

Twitter has been used to spot baby bumps and what people would do if they had super powers, but now it’s getting serious: a family-owned hedge fund will offer investors the chance to use Twitter to measure the mood of the stock market.
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