We recently began rolling out a new look – and some new metrics – in our snapshot reports. As of today, all snapshot reports are now in the new format. Isn’t it so much nicer?
There’s more information about the new snapshot report below, including a few frequently asked questions and explanation about the metrics and our calculations. Or, skip all that and run a new and improved report right now!
How much does the new report cost?
As always, the quick snapshot report (up to 50 tweets) is free. The full snapshot report (up to 1500 tweets from the past week) is $20. The price has not changed.
How is the new report different from the old report?
First, it looks different. Way different and way better. Second, we’ve added some new metrics (details on those below). We’ve moved a few things around, but we haven’t removed anything from the old version of the snapshot report. The new version is just smarter and prettier than ever before.
What new metrics are included in the new report?
There are three major new sections in the new version of the TweetReach snapshot report. They are the Activity, Top Contributors and Top Tweets sections, explained below. There’s a more detailed explanation of all the report metrics here.
- Activity provides details about the tweets in this report, including a graphical timeline of when tweets were posted (times shown in UTC).
- Top Contributors shows you the top three contributors – participants whose tweets appear in this report. You’ll see the highest contributor for each of three influence dimensions: highest exposure, most retweeted, and most mentioned.
- Top Tweets shows the three most retweeted tweets in this report, showing retweet counts for each tweet.
Can I still see the old version of the report?
Yes, you can still access the old version. There’s a View Old Version link in the top right corner of the report.
So, how do I get one of these new reports?
Just go to TweetReach.com and give it a try. Run a new TweetReach report for free right now!