We’re building TweetReach to be the best tool possible for measuring Twitter reach and effectiveness. To do that, we need to make it easy to share your TweetReach reports and analysis with others in your organization. Today we’re pleased to announce multiple user support for TweetReach Pro accounts. So what does that mean? You canMore
We’ve rolled out two great new changes to TweetReach reports: You can now limit your reports to tweets in a particular language Use Twitter’s new @anywhere hovercards to follow your advocates directly from the report TweetReach reports speak your language More than half of the traffic to TweetReach is from outside the US and slightlyMore
We’re very excited to announce a feature many people have been asking us for – TweetReach subscriptions! Called TweetReach Pro, our subscriptions are perfect for the person or firm who tracks Twitter campaigns and runs multiple reports each month. We’re especially excited that we’re launching TweetReach Pro with several great customers, including Brian Solis andMore
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TweetReach reports provide a number of metrics to help you measure the success of your Twitter messaging. However, the two most important metrics are reach and exposure. We often get questions about how we calculate these metrics and what they mean. We thought it would be a good idea to write an brief explanation hereMore
We’ve created a set of help forums to explain how TweetReach works. There are resources to help you get started with TweetReach, answers to some of our more frequently asked questions, in-depth explanations of TweetReach and the report components, and new feature announcements. If you have other questions that aren’t answered in the help forums,More