Track and improve social media efforts with beautiful and powerful Twitter analytics from TweetReach
Whether you’re marketing a brand, launching a product, promoting a TV show or movie, running marketing campaigns or working for an agency, your fans, influencers and customers are actively talking about you on Twitter. And they’re basing their future decisions about you on the conversations they have there. To optimize your impact on Twitter, you must not only listen and engage with your audience, but also analyze the conversation.
Every day, thousands of marketers and agencies around the world use TweetReach to measure the reach of their brands, campaigns and events on Twitter. It’s a dead simple way to discover how far your message has traveled, what Tweets are getting the most traction and who’s influencing the Twitter conversation around your brand or product. Whether you need to measure all of the Twitter activity about your brand in real time on an ongoing basis, or track an event that has already occurred, it’s quick and easy to get started with TweetReach.
Need comprehensive analysis in real time?
To maximize your impact on Twitter, you need to monitor Tweets about your brand in real time as the conversation unfolds. Get comprehensive analytics on the reach of your message, the performance of your content and the engagement of your contributors with our most powerful tool for social media professionals – TweetReach Pro. Built on the full-fidelity Twitter stream, continuously collect, archive and report on all Tweets about your topic with a monthly subscription to TweetReach Pro.
Want to analyze something that’s already happened?
Premium Historical Analytics
Want to measure the performance of a previous campaign on Twitter or research a past event? Analyze anything and everything ever posted to Twitter, all the way back to March 2006. With an in-depth set of comprehensive analytics, our premium historical analytics will help you understand your impact.
Perfect for fast, simple analysis of recent Twitter activity around a term, hashtag, Tweet or account. Snapshots include metrics such as reach, exposure, top Tweets and contributors, plus a Tweet transcript. Free snapshots include up to 50 tweets and full snapshots include up to 1500 tweets, both from the past week.