Seekmetrics Twitter analytics tool gives you the ability to get insights from the past 30 days for any Twitter profile. Simply enter any Twitter username and our tool will use the Twitter API to get all the data from the past 30 days. We then break down the data into readable charts, such as daily breakdown or most frequent hashtags. By using this tool, you get an overview of how well a Twitter user is performing based on their engagement rate.
You can filter all the tweets from the past 30 days by either retweets, likes, quoted and replies. This is very useful when you want to see your competitors best tweets from the past month.
All the data you see in the Twitter analytics tool is downloadable and 100% free to use.
Twitter engagement rate is calculated based on the number of retweets, quoted count, reply count and likes for every tweet then divided by the number of posts in the date period. As we only have access to the most recent follower count, this engagement rate is an estimate.
Tweet engagement rate = (num of retweets + num of likes + num of quoted + num of replies) / followers * 100
You first need to connect your Twitter account with our Seekmetrics Twitter app, this is so we can get your access token and use the Twitter API. Once you have connected your Twitter account, you simply enter any public Twitter username in the search bar and hit enter. If the username is valid and public, we will return the aggregated Twitter analytics from the past 30 days.
We then break down all the Twitter analytics into readable metrics and charts, you can filter through all the tweets in the table and download all the Twitter data into CSV file.
Daily Breakdown - This chart shows all the likes, retweets etc and the number of tweets totalled for that day.
Frequent Hashtags - This shows your most frequently used hashtags and how many times they appear in tweets.
Frequent Mentions - This shows your most frequently used mentions (the user you have tagged in the tweet) and how many times they appear in tweets.
Frequency Domains - Your most frequently used URL posted in the tweets
Tweets - A table displaying all the tweet data including likes, retweets etc
To get Twitter analytics you need to connect your Twitter account to our Twitter app. When you enter a username a popup will appear showing a connect to twitter button. Click this button and you will be taken to Twitter, once you accept our app, you will be redirected back to the website and you can use the tool.