At Union Metrics, we have multiple options for historical Twitter data analytics that vary according to when your Tweets were posted and your budget. It’s easy to get started with any of these great options!
Quickly report on Tweets from the past week
If the Tweets you’re interested in were posted in the past 7 days, try a one-time snapshot report. Free snapshots include up to 100 tweet from the past few days. And a full snapshot report analyzes up to 1,500 Tweets from the past week (whichever comes first), and is just $20. Snapshots are great for small events or topics that happened very recently.
Run a free snapshot report here to try it out at no cost.
Analyze Tweets from the past month
If your Tweets were posted in the last 30 days, then TweetReach Pro is the best fit for you. All Pro Trackers start by analyzing up to 5,000 Tweets from the past 30 days. They also include ongoing real-time monitoring, so it’s perfect if your event just started and you want to keep collecting Tweets. TweetReach Pro by Union Metrics starts at just $99 per month.
Sign up for TweetReach Pro now and get analytics in just a few minutes.
Instantly access the full Twitter archive for any Tweets from any time
If you need more or older Tweets, we can instantly access any Tweets in the entire Twitter archive with Union Metrics Echo. Echo is our most advanced and powerful Twitter analytics option, and is available as part of the Union Metrics Social Suite, which starts at $525 per month.
Learn more about Union Metrics Echo here.
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Get more from your Twitter analytics with TweetReach Pro
With TweetReach by Union Metrics, we’ve been helping marketers around the world measure the Twitter activity that’s important to them since 2009. TweetReach Pro plans start at just $99 per month, and include ongoing real-time monitoring as well as historical analysis on Tweets posted in the past month. Maybe it’s time you took a look for yourself.