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Posts Tagged ‘twtrland’

Twtrland Reaches 2 Million Monthly Users, Launches Instagram Integration

We’ve written about Twtrland – the analytics tool that provides a simple way to browse the social web – on a couple of occasions here at AllTwitter. I’m a big fan of the platform, and check in to see what’s going on (i.e., “Twtrland myself” – the stats are great) on a fairly regular basis.

And so do a lot of other folks, it seems, as Twtrland is now boasting 1,000 percent year-on-year growth and an eye-opening two million monthly users. Today, the company takes the next step towards a unified social ID with the launch of Instagram integration.

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See Key Stats From Your Twitter Profile, Find Out Who To Follow, And More, With @Twtrland

A little over a year ago we wrote about twtrland, the Twitter analytics tool that provides a simple way to understand people by the content they share on twitter.

The site serves over 750,000 users every month and today launches with a complete revamp, introducing a whole new way for users to discover and connect with the people they should know, inside and outside of their current networks.

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To Follow Or Not To Follow? The Simple Twitter Tool That Helps You Decide

This is a guest post by Megan O’Neil, resident web video expert and predictor of all things viral at our sister site

How do you decide if someone is follow-worthy? When you get that friendly email, “So-and-so is now following you on Twitter”, how do you decide whether or not to follow “so-and-so” back? It can often be hard to make a snap-judgment, based on the minimal details you’ve got readily available—the user’s avatar, description and the last 15-or so tweets. That’s where twtrland comes in.

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