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TwentyFeet – Analysis of the use and distribution of data on the social web

TwentyFeet - Analysis of the use and distribution of data on the social web

I have long waited for an invitation to try TwentyFeet, an application that, when introduced to me a few weeks ago, impressed me with its ease of use and usefulness in monitoring our data on the social web.

We can report our twitter, facebook, bit.ly and Youtube account, the application will be in charge of analyzing the evolution of followers, the number of recommendations (including the Facebook like), the viral effect of our content and that of our own. competition … all with the possibility of updating profiles and having under control the most relevant information of what is published in them.

After identifying with our accounts, we just have to wait for the first analysis to be done, offering evolution charts with forecast figures included.

It is available in English and German, although they promise to have more languages ​​available soon.

You can see more details in the video below and ask for the invitation on the main page. Adding the Twitter and Facebook accounts is free, the rest of the services have a cost of almost 3 dollars a year, which can be perfectly assumed by anyone.

Update: You can register using this address in the beta phase: www.twentyfeet.com/app#Beta

TwentyFeet – Analysis of the use and distribution of data on the social web

TwentyFeet - Analysis of the use and distribution of data on the social web

I have long waited for an invitation to try TwentyFeet, an application that, when introduced to me a few weeks ago, impressed me with its ease of use and usefulness in monitoring our data on the social web.

We can report our twitter, facebook, bit.ly and Youtube account, the application will be in charge of analyzing the evolution of followers, the number of recommendations (including the Facebook like), the viral effect of our content and that of our own. competition … all with the possibility of updating profiles and having under control the most relevant information of what is published in them.

After identifying with our accounts, we just have to wait for the first analysis to be done, offering evolution charts with forecast figures included.

It is available in English and German, although they promise to have more languages ​​available soon.

You can see more details in the video below and ask for the invitation on the main page. Adding the Twitter and Facebook accounts is free, the rest of the services have a cost of almost 3 dollars a year, which can be perfectly assumed by anyone.

Update: You can register using this address in the beta phase: www.twentyfeet.com/app#Beta