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Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet TAGS v3 Jisc CETIS MASHe

Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet TAGS v3 Jisc CETIS MASHe
Important: Changes to Twitter API Because Twitter are making changes to their API this version of TAGS will stop working in March 2013. TAGSv5.0 is compatible with the new API and you should get it here! For existing TAGS users: What will happen to my existing TAGS sheets? When Twitter turn off the old API (test outages this March) all authenticated and unauthenticated search requests will stop working. How do I upgrade my existing version of TAGS? As I can’t push an update to existing copies of TAGS you’ll have to manually update by opening your spreadsheet, then opening Tools > Script editor… and replacing the section of code that starts function getTweets() { and finishes 134 lines later (possiblly with the line function twDate(aDate){ ) with the code here. To support my research in Twitter community visualisation I’ve updated my Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet (TAGS) [formerly called twitteralytics – I pre-emptively changed the name to play nice with Twitter ToS]. Basic setup/use Related:  twitter tools - analytics

Know and show what you got - TwentyFeet - TwentyFeet Wiki The performance post for twitter is a cool way to recap your last week for your followers and friends. It's for free. You can do that with your "forever free" twitter account . Examples for the perfomance post What else TwentyFeet does for you: Detailed analysis for your web and social media profiles with historical charts. Start with TwentyFeet now! Useful links for existing TwentyFeet users

HOW TO: Archive Twitter Search Results in a Google Spreadsheet (and Analyze Them!) - YouMoz I find Twitter the most essential social media tool for Internet Marketers on many levels, mainly because of its search API. Unlike Facebook's and Google Plus's non-existent search options, Twitter makes it easy to go through the huge amounts of updates being published every minute and find those which are relevant (and important) to your brand. Twitter search is priceless for various tasks: Track updates from any niche conference or event (through the official hashtag). In this particular case, archiving is very essential because your archive will let you find testimonials for your next event or quotes for your event coverage, etc. The free Google Spreadsheet I am reviewing in this article can help you with all the above tasks: it collects tweets, archives them and lets you analyze them! Twitter Archive in Google Docs: Setting Up Twitter Archive is not that easy to set up, but it has some awesome functionality. Here's how I got it started: You'll love it! But wait! 1. 2.

Analyser ses followers Twitter et démasquer les tricheurs + codes premium Il existe déjà de nombreux outils permettant d’analyser votre compte Twitter. Vous en trouverez une sélection dans notre rubrique Applications Twitter. Celle que nous vous proposons aujourd’hui se différencie des autres de plusieurs manières et offre un résultat intéressant malgré les limites de la version freemium. Pour utiliser Fruji, connectez-vous simplement à l’aide de votre compte Twitter. Vous pouvez ensuite rentrer dans les détails à travers différentes catégories. Au final, Fruji est un outil assez pratique qui pourra vous délivrer quelques informations intéressantes. TIP : pour avoir accès à la version premium pendant un an, entrez le code MODERATEUR !

Twitter project: Library of Congress to archive EVERY tweet ever made By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 07:33 GMT, 8 December 2011 Billions of tweets will be archived, including the very first - sent by Twitter co-founder, Jack Dorsey If you were thinking that tweet you just sent would soon disappear into the ether, you couldn't be more wrong. It will soon be stored alongside Thomas Jefferson's draft of the American Declaration of Independence and a Gutenberg Bible. That's because every public tweet sent since Twitter was launched five-and-a-half years ago is to be be archived by America's national library. The Library of Congress announced the deal with Twitter last year, but yesterday its digital initiatives manager shone more light on the project. 'We have an agreement with Twitter where they have a bunch of servers with their historic archive of tweets, everything that was sent out and declared to be public,' said Bill Lefurgy when he appeared on Federal News Radio's Federal Drive show yesterday. Innovative: The first-ever Tweet was sent on March 21 2006

#HashtagBattle That plan to archive every tweet in the Library of Congress? Definitely still happening A little more than two years ago, the Library of Congress announced it would preserve every public tweet, ever, for future generations. That’s right. Every public tweet, ever, since Twitter’s inception in March 2006, will be archived digitally at the Library of Congress. That’s a LOT of tweets, by the way: Twitter processes more than 50 million tweets every day, with the total numbering in the billions. Fifty million tweets a day. We hadn’t heard about this project in some time. False, said Library spokeswoman Jennifer Gavin; the project is very much still happening. “The process of how to serve it out to researchers is still being worked out, but we’re getting a lot of closer,” Gavin told me. The Library first revealed its plans in a tweet on April 14, 2010, but apparently that was before sorting out with Twitter the logistics of acquiring all that data. “We began receiving the material, portions of it, last year. The challenge now is finding ways to refine the raw data in useful ways.

7 Applications Twitter Gratuites Pour Faire De L’analytics Les billets de la série Marketing sont ouverts au parrainage. Si vous voulez parrainer un de nos billets, merci de consulter la rubrique « annonceurs » . Vous utilisez Twitter pour promouvoir votre entreprise ? Savez-vous alors comment mesurer l’engagement ou l’impact de votre compte ? Connaissez-vous l’évolution du nombre de vos abonnés au cours des derniers mois ? Si vous souhaitez analyser votre compte Twitter avec précision, je vous invite à découvrir ma sélection de 7 applications Twitter dédiées à l’analytics. 1. Twitter Counter est proposé par Twitter.com. L’identification via le protocole Oauth est nécessaire pour l’utilisation de ce service. J’aime : le graphisme correspondant à l’évolution du nombre d’abonnés et du nombre de tweets (onglet « mixed »), la fonctionnalité qui compare l’activité de plusieurs comptes Twitter (3 au maximum). 2. TweetsStats est une excellente application Twitter pour visualiser des statistiques au sujet d’un compte Twitter sous la forme de graphiques.

How to archive your tweets on Twitter to Google Docs, Evernote and others There’s no doubting Twitter’s role as one of the most important communication engines of our time, yet the service offers sub-standard search and no method by which its 140 million plus users can access their archived tweets (save for knowing a tweet’s exact URL). Several third-party services exist that allow Twitter users to “push” their own tweets to other services like Dropbox or Evernote for archival purposes using Twitter’s condensing API – for now. Tomorrow, one of the most used services for archiving tweets, IFTTT, among other uses, will no longer offer Twitter ‘triggers’ that push tweets to other places around the web. IFTTT’s CEO Linden Tibbets stated that the removal of this functionality comes as a direct result of recent changes to Twitter’s API and stricter enforcement of its developer recommendations-turned-rules. With IFTTT no longer available for the task as of tomorrow, we’ve been searching for some great Twitter archiving alternatives. Create a free Zapier account Finish

Comment mesurer le trafic généré par Twitter vers son site Par Olivier Duffez, Jeudi 1 septembre 2011 Entre les liens raccourcis (notamment avec t.co) et les applications ou extensions de navigateurs, il n'est pas toujours facile de mesurer le trafic réellement généré par Twitter. Voici comment faire avec notamment l'exemple de Google Analytics. Twitter n'est pas toujours vu comme un site référent Si tous les utilisateurs de Twitter (Twittos) utilisaient le site web de Twitter, ce serait sans doute plus simple d'estimer combien d'internautes viennent sur votre site. Le problème est qu'une partie importante des Twittos utilise autre chose que le site officiel. Les solutions à adopter Ceux qui ont bien suivi connaissent la solution : il faut intégrer du tracking dans toutes les URL que vous mettez dans vos tweets. Qui dit tracking dit allongement de la taille des URL. Conclusion : il est probable que vous trouviez le domaine t.co dans vos sites référents. Comment détecter le trafic Twitter par un filtre Google Analytics Pour aller plus loin...

All The Old Tweets Are Found: Google Launches Twitter Archive Search Google has launched a Twitter archive service, giving it a more comprehensive index of tweets over time than even Twitter itself. (See Danny’s Where Have All The Old Tweets Gone?) Meanwhile, Twitter gets a logo presence in Google’s search results, the first time Google’s featured a partner like this. The Google blog has details here. The new Twitter archive search allows users to enter any keyword or phrase and see what was being said on Twitter about it over time or on a particular day (and even a particular hour or minute during that day). This allows users to drill down to any point in time and “replay” what was being said on Twitter about any person, place or event. There’s value here on several levels, including fairly obvious cultural and historical interest. Here’s an example for “Health Care Reform” (by year, month, day, minute):

5 Free and Underrated Twitter Analytics Tools | oneforty This is a guest post by Jessica Malnik, a PR/marketing assistant, social media specialist, videographer and avid blogger. Visit her blog for social media, technology, public relations and marketing ramblings. Twitter may only allow 140 characters or less in a tweet. But, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t track and analyze those results. Social media analysis and reporting can be a daunting and downright expensive task. For starters, every company should be using a social media monitoring platform to manage their Twitter account. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Honorable Mention: 1.

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