You’ve been tweeting lately, right? For teens and students, tweeting may be just a passing activity that they indulge in to fill leisure time. But for online companies into serious selling, tweeting holds more meaning that only updates. There is no point in having a website if you are not tracking the traffic that come in. That is why Google Analytics was built. Don’t you look for something similar on Twitter, to help you identify how many followers are ‘actual’ people and how many mentions that your brand finds in a day? The top 3 Twitter trackers are here for you:
Twitter Analytics: A chip off the old block! Twitter Analytics is to your Twitter account what Google Analytics is to your website. You will get all the information about your Twitter profile that will help you identify areas of improvement and those that warrant a pat on the back. You can find out geographic locations of tweets coming in, the number of mentions you get and detailed account of followers who are active and also about those passive ‘dead’ ones.
Klout: This is a have-one-have-all kind of social media tool! You can integrate your Twitter account on Klout along with other platforms like Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram, to mention a few. Klout helps you not just as a handy Twitter tracker tool, but also records ‘influential’ moments in your tweeting career. For example, if a celebrity or influential Twitter profile mentions you or retweets your update, it is considered as one such moment. It also shows an account of the trending topics on Twitter-land.
Bitly: This is the most simplified Twitter tracker among the three mentioned in this list. Bitly keeps a track of the number of times your link brings in traffic. In other words, it helps you know how many times your Twitter was clicked upon. When your link is shared by others, Bitly gives a record of the clicks coming from your page as opposed to those coming from the shared pages. This helps you identify the influence of your Twitter updates and how many people are seriously interested in clicking or sharing your tweets in their personal circles.