Twitter Counter

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Twitter Counter is an analytics site for Twitter.

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Twitter Counter Features

Reports & Dashboards

Competitor Analysis

Gathers and compares social data from competitors to help keep tabs on competition and benchmark progess in the social sphere.

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Follower Analysis

Analyzes and illustrates follower information such as demographics, location, purchase intent, etc.

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Content Engagement Analysis

Tracks how much engagement (views, likes, favorites, retweets, comments, etc.) each piece of content receives to highlight which types of content resonate best with the target audience.

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Influencer Identification

Finds and highlights the followers with the largest and most influential followings of their own to tap into as potential brand advocates.

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Paid Campaign Tracking

Tracks and measures the success of paid advertising initiatives run on social media sites.

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Attribution

Able to track click path of users that come to your site via social campaigns and if they convert to customers.

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Report Customizability

Allows user flexibility into manipulating and digging deeper into the data that is provided through the tool.

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Report Exporting

Allows users to export reports from the product into an .xsl, .csv, or .pdf file.

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Platform

Internationalization

Allows marketer to use platform in different langauges and includes ad units on websites from around the world

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User, Role, and Access Management

Grant access to select data, features, objects, etc. based on the users, user role, groups, etc.

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Scalability

Allows marketer to add, track, and measure a multitude of social media accounts.

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Performance and Reliability

Software is consistently available (up-time) and allows users to complete tasks quickly because they are not waiting for the software to respond to an action they took.

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API / Integrations

Application Programming Interface—Specification for how the application communicates with other software. API's typically enable integration of data, logic, objects, etc. with other software applications.

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