2014. More than 265,000 thanks!

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As the year comes to its end we feel the need to think about all we’ve achieved and learnt during 2014. We have had lots of projects, reports and campaigns. Our hashtag tracking tool has never stopped working. 2014 has been a year of records when it comes to Twitter analysis and stats at Tweet Binder.

The beginning of the year was a mix of fear and hope. It’s hard to explain how we started to gain clients, and what’s also more important, reliable users that kept using the tool and giving us a priceless feedback. Maybe the best way to get to know our path is by recovering some of our tweets.

We started the year being ambitious:

We kept working hard and even felt we were doing magic:

We realized that our tool was responding well and working fabulously. We felt like stars thanks to you.

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We released our first and new Twitter Walls and attended amazing events all over the world.

We played to win, and we did.

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And we invited you to play too.

We found the best way to enjoy the summer: showing our improvements on main scenarios.

And we kept learning. We are always listening, trying and failing learning.

We followed the trends and we accepted every suggestion and challenge made by you, users and clients.  They helped us to be better tool and a better company. We have already learnt we need youto be who we are.

 And the family grew in the need to become competitive and more reliable.

Our Development Team showed us that with hard work there are no limits. They never stopped trying to offer new amazing features.

Because loving what you do has shown us that is the best to succeed.

Yes, 2014 it’s been busy and amazing. Our search button has been clicked more than 265,000 times and we’ve worked with awesome clients. What a year!

We’ll see what’s to come in 2015. We promise you that we’ll do our best to keep on improving the tool and surprising you.

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