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Tweetreach – Find out how far something has come on Twitter

Tweetreach - Find out how far something has come on Twitter

Tweetreach is a tweet analyzer that shows the reach that a word, user, url, or hashtag has had on Twitter. It works in a simple way: you write the element you are looking for and, in a few seconds, the application produces a report with the number of exposures.

The tool distinguishes between unique users – those who have received the message only once – and those who may have received it more times. Hence, it is interesting to also know the total number of exhibitions. In addition, it includes the type of tweets related to the element that is being searched (if they are normal, retweets or replies), the most recent messages about that element, and a list of the users who have contributed the most to spreading it.

The following video, produced by incomealcuadrado.com, is very educational and clarifies the possibilities offered by Tweetreach:

The application is free to analyze the last 50 tweets. If further study is needed, a full report can be commissioned that includes as many tweets as the application can find, with the limitations imposed by Twitter restricting the search to 1500 tweets in the last 5 days. Each of these reports costs $ 20. If several are required, it may be more cost-effective to subscribe to the application. There are 5 rates and the highest one prepares up to 100 reports per month at a monthly cost of $ 899.

A useful application, especially for marketing and public relations professionals

Tweetreach – Find out how far something has come on Twitter

Tweetreach - Find out how far something has come on Twitter

Tweetreach is a tweet analyzer that shows the reach that a word, user, url, or hashtag has had on Twitter. It works in a simple way: you write the element you are looking for and, in a few seconds, the application produces a report with the number of exposures.

The tool distinguishes between unique users – those who have received the message only once – and those who may have received it more times. Hence, it is interesting to also know the total number of exhibitions. In addition, it includes the type of tweets related to the element that is being searched (if they are normal, retweets or replies), the most recent messages about that element, and a list of the users who have contributed the most to spreading it.

The following video, produced by incomealcuadrado.com, is very educational and clarifies the possibilities offered by Tweetreach:

The application is free to analyze the last 50 tweets. If further study is needed, a full report can be commissioned that includes as many tweets as the application can find, with the limitations imposed by Twitter restricting the search to 1500 tweets in the last 5 days. Each of these reports costs $ 20. If several are required, it may be more cost-effective to subscribe to the application. There are 5 rates and the highest one prepares up to 100 reports per month at a monthly cost of $ 899.

A useful application, especially for marketing and public relations professionals