New Tracker detail pages for hashtags, mentions and URLs

TweetReach Trackers (available through TweetReach Pro) now include detail reports for URLs, hashtags, and mentions. Click on any hashtag, username, or URL anywhere in a Tracker for more information. URLs When you click the magnifying glass icon next to a URL in a Tracker, you’ll be taken to a URL detail page that shows allMore

Setting up a TweetReach Tracker

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.

New TweetReach Pro features – search and retweets

Exciting news! We just rolled out two awesome new features in TweetReach Pro: in-Tracker search and the ability to sort tweets by retweets. In-Tracker search Now you can search within a Tracker for tweets containing specific words or phrases. This is a great way to generate a precise list of certain subtopics or trends withinMore

New contributor pages in TweetReach Tracker

TweetReach Trackers now have contributor detail pages! Take a look: The new contributor page includes influence metrics like Klout scores, number of followers and Twitter lists, as well as basic profile information. We’ve also included share of voice stats for the Tracker – both the number of tweets and overall impressions contributed. Finally, you canMore

Should you run a TweetReach report or set up a Tracker?

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

New! Data Export for Trackers

We’re pleased to announce a new feature for our TweetReach Pro users: Tracker data export. Now you can dig into the numbers yourself to generate customized reports in Excel or, heck, even run a linear regression to see how strongly tweet volume influences exposure. If you’re running a Twitter contest, use it to export aMore

New TweetReach Pro Dashboard

We’ve added a shiny new dashboard to TweetReach Pro accounts! We’ve put our most powerful analysis tool, the Tracker, front and center to help Pro account holders get the most from TweetReach. Next time you log in to your TweetReach Pro account, you’ll see a new home page that displays your recent Trackers and snapshots reports, andMore

How to work around Twitter’s search limitations

One of the biggest challenges we face with TweetReach is the 1500-tweet, 5-day restriction on Twitter search results. We completely understand why this limitation exists; it’s both difficult and expensive for Twitter to keep billions of tweets accessible in their Search API. But we also know how hard and frustrating it is for you toMore

TweetReach Pro accounts now support multiple users

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