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Twitter makes Analytics available to all users

Who reads your tweets?

Twitter has announced that its analytics dashboard is now available to all – allowing every user to see impression and engagement data for their tweets in real time.

The organic tweet analytics dashboard was initially launched on 11 July 2014, but was available only to advertisers, verified users, and Twitter Card publishers.

Now, the service has been unlocked for any user tweeting in English, French, Spanish or Japanese, with an account more than 14 days old. Analytics data is displayed for any tweets posted after first logging in to the service.

Twitter front end engineer Ian Chan announced the roll-out yesterday, tweeting:

What does the dashboard do?

Back in July, Twitter said:

“On Twitter, nothing comes between your Tweets and your followers. The Tweet activity dashboard can help you create content that resonates most with these followers, who have the ability to amplify your brand’s message even further through actions like a Retweet, mention or reply.”

To facilitate this, Twitter Analytics displays:

Daniel Nolan, managing director at theEword, commented: “From a general user’s perspective this data will of course be very interesting. However, Twitter Analytics could prove extremely useful for small businesses and bloggers. Like any analytics programme, it enables you to learn from successful or not-so-successful decisions, and ultimately better understand your audience and what they want.”

Written by Rachel Hand

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