Literally millions of people belong to this social commons known as Twitter. The best part of Twitter is being able to learn about people I would otherwise never have known. Tracking your statistics on Twitter isn’t always easy, but thankfully there’s a new way to do so.
How Do You Track Your Twitter Statistics?
Twitter Counter allows you to easily track yourself on Twitter, and even compare yourself to others! The site pulls in information about you such as when you joined Twitter, how many followers you have, and how many people you follow. It will tell you at a glance how many times you’ve tweeted, and even state where you’re sending them from!
You can compare the stats of any two people who are members of Twitter – or compare them to yourself – using a simple graph. For instance, if you compare me with iJustine, you’ll see I phail miserably. She has seen tremendous amounts of growth in followers recently, while mine is slower. However, I’m happy to have growth, slow and steady works well for me!
There’s also another cool feature on Twitter Counter. You can add yourself to the TwitterRemote section. This allows you to show yourself on thousands of others’ blogs and websites. Put a TwitterRemote on your site and see who visites you. TwitterRemote also gives visitors a chance to easily Tweet your address or reply to you, or chat with other visitors. Plus, Twitter works on a variety of devices (mobile, tablets, etc.)!
If you’re not on Twitter, what the heck are you waiting for? I’m not sending you a golden invitation. @sanap_rohidas isn’t sending you one, either. However, we’d both love to have you as a follower. Heck, I’ll even auto-follow you back. Come and let the World know what you’re up to in 140 characters or less!