Here’s a quick video explaining what TweetReach is and how it can help you measure your – or your campaign’s – impact on Twitter. Still have questions? Just ask!
Product Help Posts
One of the questions we’re often asked is when tweets are available for analysis (and how long they’re accessible). We hear a lot of questions like: Can I get tweets from last month? What about last year? I have an event coming up – what’s the best way to measure those tweets? What if IMore
You already know TweetReach reports are great for measuring the reach of hashtags and Twitter accounts, but how about an individual tweet? What if you want to analyze the reach of a tweet (and any retweets of or replies to that tweet)? Our reports can do that, too! In fact, that’s where our name comes fromMore
If you’re new to TweetReach Pro, check out this short video about how to get your first Tracker set up. And there’s more information about setting up a Tracker on our helpdesk.
Every day, thousands of people run a free snapshot report at tweetreach.com. These free snapshot reports analyze up to 50 tweets from the past 3-7 days about any topic. You can search for a keyword, hashtag, URL, username, brand or product name, or any combination of those. You can even filter your results to aMore
No matter the size of your TweetReach report, the report’s reach to exposure ratio (R:E) can tell you a lot about the impact of your tweets. Whether you’ve measured 50 tweets or 50,000 tweets, you can use the ratio of reach to exposure to understand something about how those tweets have spread. The reach:exposure ratio*More
One of the questions we’re asked every day is, “How do I know if my TweetReach report numbers are good enough?” Raw metrics can be useful, but to be truly valuable they need to be evaluated in context. Of course, we generally don’t recommend that you compare your social media results to others’. There areMore
We currently offer two TweetReach reporting formats – the individual snapshot report and the Tracker. One of our most frequently asked questions is when it’s appropriate to run an individual report and when it’s best to set up a Tracker. Depending on the type of data you’re analyzing, one of these two formats will betterMore
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