Detailed historical Twitter analytics

At Union Metrics, we can access any Tweets in the Twitter archive with TweetReach historical Twitter analytics! So if you’re interested in understanding the impact of Tweets about a past campaign or project, we can help.

TweetReach premium historical Twitter analytics are built on the full Twitter archive and can analyze any past Tweets that have ever been posted, dating back to March 2006. Search for anything that appears in a tweet – a hashtag, keyword, username, URL or combination.

Pricing starts at $199 and is based on report duration and total Tweet volume. Request a quote here to get started.

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“TweetReach is an important strategic tool for Intrapromote. With comprehensive analytics that allow us to measure reach, exposure and contributors, we can capture and report the full impact of our Twitter campaigns.”
Mary Sutter, Intrapromote

How will you make the most of the full historical Twitter archive?

For in-depth analysis of past Tweets, TweetReach premium historical Twitter analytics include comprehensive metrics including summary reach, exposure and volume metrics, detailed information about Tweets and contributors, hashtags, URLs and much more. Full-fidelity access to the complete Twitter archive gives you the flexibility to analyze any public past tweets.

Whether the tweets you’re interested in analyzing were posted last month or last year, we can help! Just let us know what search terms and dates you’re interested in using the quote button below, and we’ll send over a quote. TweetReach historical analytics start at $199.

Use TweetReach historical Twitter analytics for:

  • Research on past events
  • Year-on-year comparisons
  • Crisis communications
  • Industry benchmarks
  • Last-minute client requests

Want to learn more?

If you’d like more information about any of our Twitter analytics options at Union Metrics, let us know. Or start by requesting a quote for your historical Twitter needs, and we’ll be in touch shortly with pricing.

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