FREE Twitter Statistics Analyser

Know your ROI with FREE Twitter Statistics Analyser

Twitter Statistics Analyser

I’ve teamed up with Richard Sumner of Spreadsheet Solutions once again, this time to bring you a free Twitter Statistics Analyser that will help you delve into your Twitter analytics in more depth and help you understand what return on investment (ROI) you are getting for your activity.

Not just about the money

ROI isn’t simply about the money you spend on your business; it’s also about your time. No doubt you spend a fair amount of time on Twitter and you may also have used the paid-for advertising facility it provides.

Excel whizz Richard has put together a spreadsheet that allows you to measure your Twitter ROI and to discover how successful your tweets are. With the spreadsheet, you can directly compare your free Twitter activity with any paid-for Twitter advertising you’ve done, simply by pasting in the information from your Twitter Analytics.

The Statistics Analyser allows you to see at a glance:

  • Your top 10 most successful tweets, based on your preferences (so for example, you might choose to give more importance to link clicks than to a retweet)
  • Stats by simple numbers, including the number of hashtag clicks and URL clicks
  • Analysis of how your tweets fare at different times of the day, allowing you to assess the best time to tweet to achieve your goals
  • Ability to sort your raw data by any criteria and rank it based on your preferences
  • A direct comparison between free tweets and ‘paid for’ tweets, so you can analyse how effective your paid for Twitter advertising actually is.

The spreadsheet works in conjunction with the analytics Twitter itself provides* and it can analyse up to 1,000 tweets at a time. You can, of course, save the reports to track your activity and Twitter success over time.

Twitter Stats download

* If you’re not already using them, check out your own Twitter Analytics. Twitter provides this for free – access it by going to https://analytics.twitter.com and logging in with your usual Twitter details, or select Analytics from the drop down menu in the top right of your Twitter account.

One of the services Spreadsheet Solutions provides is analysis of your CSV data files by creating a custom spreadsheet to analyse the data in the way you need it. Find out more about this bespoke service on Spreadsheet Solutions’ website.

Author: janerogers

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