To access your Tweet activity:
- On a desktop or laptop computer, visit analytics.twitter.com and click on Tweets.
- In the Twitter app for iOS or Android, tap the analytics icon visible in your Tweets. Make sure you have installed the latest version of Twitter for iPhone, iPad, or Twitter for Android.
How do you analyze Twitter Analytics?
In the Twitter Analytics dashboard
- From your Twitter home page, click More.
- This will open the Twitter analytics home dashboard in a new tab.
- Click on Tweets in the menu bar for an analytics deep-dive.
- Under More in the menu bar, click Video to analyze metrics on your published videos.
How do I report a trend on Twitter?
Go to the account profile and click or tap the overflow icon. Select Report. Select They’re being abusive or harmful. Next, we’ll ask you to provide additional information about the issue you’re reporting.
What can Twitter Analytics tell you?
Twitter Analytics shows you how your audience is responding to your content, what’s working, and what’s not. Use this data to optimize your future Twitter campaigns and get better results.
Do Twitter Analytics count yourself?
Profile Visits – The total number of users visiting your Twitter profile. Twitter Analytics won’t count your own visits to your own profile. It does not include multiple visits from the same user.
How do you Analyse Twitter followers?
How to Analyze Twitter Followers Effectively
- Get The Right Tools.
- How Many Fake Followers do You Have?
- What Do Your Followers Tweet About?
- When Are Your Followers Active?
- Which Influencers Are Following Me?
- Which Followers Engage the Most?
- What Type of Content Resonates With Your Followers?
Does Twitter analytics show who views your profile?
Unfortunately, you cannot see who viewed your profile on Twitter. Even if you enable the Twitter Analytics feature, you can’t see the profile name of people who have seen your profile as they are completely anonymous. Twitter has decided to keep this information confidential.
How do you report a trend?
How to Write a Trend Report
- Begin With Insights. Write a summary at the beginning of your trend report.
- Define Your Data. Write complete descriptions of the tools you used to reach your trend conclusions, which should follow the synopsis.
- Develop Charts.
- Tie It All Together.
Can you report tweets?
Navigate to the Tweet you’d like to report. Tap the icon located at the top of the Tweet. Select Report Tweet. If you select It’s abusive or harmful, we’ll ask you to provide additional information about the issue you’re reporting.
Can you see who reported you on Twitter?
Yes. There’s no way for somebody to tell that it was you who reported them – but they will know that their tweet was investigated, even if no action is taken.
Can you tell if someone looks at your Twitter?
Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets; there’s no Twitter search for that kind of thing. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter page or posts is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite, or a retweet.
What are detail expands on Twitter?
Detail expands: Clicks on the Tweet to view more details. Embedded media clicks: Clicks to view a photo or video in the Tweet. Engagements: Total number of times a user interacted with a Tweet.
Is Circleboom safe?
I would not recommend using this tool. Identify and unfollow accounts that Circleboom deems are fake. There are definitely some false positives here as well.
Does viewing your own tweet count as a view?
Fortunately, Twitter doesn’t count your own impressions on your own tweets. You can’t hammer the F5 key to refresh your browser on your own profile to boost your stats. Also, you should not conflate impressions and reach. Impressions are the number of views a tweet receives; reach is the number of people who see it.
How does Twitter analytics measure profile visits?
Profile visits: Number of times users visited your profile page. Mentions: Number of times your @username was mentioned in Tweets. New followers: Number of new followers you gained. Tweets linking to you: Number of times your Twitter Card(s) was Tweeted by you and/or other people.