As you can see it gives you a full run-down of everything as a nice, clear overview of activity. You can see the amount of tweets you’ve put out for the last 28 days, how high your tweet impressions are (this is basically how many twitter account feeds your tweets make it into), profile visits, mentions and followers.
It then also shows you tweet highlights; the biggest tweets of the last 28 days. The ones that had the most engagement and made the most impressions, got the most likes, etc.
So how do I use all this information? Well, looking at my current stats above, I can see that even though my tweets have gone down a little from last month, it hasn’t impacted the amount of impressions, profile visits, mentions or followers. So that’s great to know I don’t have to stress if I’m extra busy and don’t have time to tweet all the time; things should still stay pretty much on track.
I have noticed that my follower count each month is always around 400-500 now, so hopefully it’s not a completely wild estimate to say I might reach 7000 Twitter followers by the end of the year (fingers crossed!).
I also use it to give myself other things to aim for; not just followers. Like, I hope to one day get those tweet impressions to one million. Now, I’m not saying that means one million people are reading those tweets, but I see it as one million possibilities for reaching someone new. It’s a way of seeing if I’m producing content on Twitter that people like, not just more tweets. Quality over quantity and all that 🙂
One of the funny things is seeing that one of my biggest tweets these past 28 days was my breakfast at Travelodge, haha. If this doesn’t show you the huge power of brands, then nothing will. I simply tagged them in the tweet, and then they retweeted. BOOM, 4541 tweet impressions for just that one yummy breakfast. This is why you should always tag brands!
And finally, I like to keep myself on top of my profile visit stats. Over 25,000 people have visited my profile in the past 28 days. That’s almost one thousand a day. This reminds me that I better have a bio I’m happy with (with relevant links), a header image that represents me or gives off the impression I want, and a pinned tweet that I most want people to see when they first visit.
I know I probably think about all this too much, but I enjoy it. I find it really fascinating to see what a big difference a few changes can make on social media. I hope you guys enjoyed this post, or it gave you a little insight into how I use Twitter Analytics.
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