8 Fun Twitter Tools for Language Lovers. The Archivist By Mix Online. Exploring the Twitterverse. InShare216 Happy New Year!
Twitter officially launched to the public in July 2006. By 2008, the universe of applications developed to enhance the Twitter experience was boundless. While the ecosystem was burgeoning with apps, the ability to track and manage the apps designed for specific purposes was elusive. I spent the better part of Fall 2008 studying and organizing the available Twitter apps available for new marketing, community management, and customer service professionals. The Twitterverse (Alpha) To commemorate the move, I partnered once again with Jesse Thomas and JESS3 to visualize the most effective and productive tools for Twitter. In 2010, I focused my limited free time on the refresh of the Conversation Prism. Introducing The Twitterverse version 1.0 A new year, a new Twitterverse. 2011 marks the debut of the Twitterverse 1.0.
With Twitter at the center of the stellar system, apps orbit at different rotations based on their design and functionality. Ring 1: Branding. ^CoTags. Tweeting By Numbers: 7 Ways to Become a Twitter Analyst. There are plenty of Twitter tools out there designed to help you understand Twitter metrics.
These tools come in handy for measuring change in tweet fluctuations, charting follower count numbers, finding out hashtag frequency, and quantifying Twitter activity. Most of us, however, will find ourselves wanting to know more about the tweets themselves, and to really understand the context and content of a tweet. It's easy to take a look at a single tweet and dissect its content, but how do you go about doing so on a grand scale? When it comes to individual Twitterers, the same logic holds true. It's easy to take a look at someone's Twitter bio and most recent tweet, and make an assumption about what kind of Twitterer they are, but how can you go about understanding the totality of that Twitterer's behaviors? Twitter Behavioral Analysis The Global Ranking page then aggregates this data across their network and ranks the users with the most replies from the most number of users per week.
10 Twitter Tools to Organize Your Tweeps. As Twitter surges toward an estimated 12 million registered users by year's end (though some new stats may disagree), some of us are starting to deal with what we recently dubbed "followholism.
" You've followed so many people, it's hard to keep up, and it's probably time to do a little housekeeping. But where do you begin? Twitter's own tools for managing followers are subpar. It's nearly impossible to figure out who among your followers are following you back, and the interface for paging through followers is clumsy and difficult to use. Fortunately, Twitter's API has given rise to a vast universe of amazing third party apps.
Find Out Who You're Following When I first joined Twitter, I started following people right out of the gate in order to get some utility out of the site — after all, the only way to join the conversation is to start following it. 1. What Do Your Twitter Followers Think? Conduct a twtpoll And Find Out. One of the simplest ways to use Twitter is to conduct instant polls among your followers. But compiling all the replies is an ad-hoc and messy process. Enter twtpoll, a simple polling app that lets you ask multiple choice questions and provides a shortened URL that you can Tweet. All you do is enter your Twitter user name (no password), create the poll, and then hit the “Twitter” option and it creates a Tweet populated with the question and the link to the poll.
(You can also ask via Facebook if you are signed in). I created a poll asking what kind of startups do we need in 2009, with the following choices: Social searchElectric-car batteriesWebtop AppsCheap NetbooksOnline Reputation Keeper. Twuffer. Play Chess on Twitter.