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First steps after purchasing a Tweet Binder report
Once you have purchased a Tweet Binder report you will receive a confirmation email in your inbox. There you will get our sincere appreciation for your purchase and some information. This information has to do with your username, the date you have bought the report, your email account and the session code. Getting your session code (which is a group of numbers that identify your report) will help you to easily find your Tweet Binder report with all the Twitter stats.
Different types of Tweet Binder reports
The time until you get your report and the process vary depending on the type of report you purchase. As you may already know after visiting our website (if you haven’t visited yet you are still on time to do it 😛 ) we offer different types of reports. We have already explained the types of Twitter reports in this post so we are getting down to business. So, how does each type of report work?
- Advanced report: you, as a user, are the one who introduces the term in the search box and the report generates automatically.
- Live report: we are the ones to start it, to stop it and to send you the email containing the report and the Twitter stats once the streaming has been stopped.
- 30 days report and historical report: it’s also us who are in charge of creating them. Once they are done we send them to your email account. You will get your report ASAP, but it can take a while for them to be finished. That will depend on the amount of activity of the search requested.
We are also in charge of creating the Instagram reports in addition to the Twitter stats. So it happens the same as with the special Twitter reports. Once our team finishes them, they will send them to you in a short period of time. But we have dedicated an entire post to explain how Instagram reports work.
What Twitter stats will I find inside my report?
The first thing you will find at your report are the advanced Twitter stats. This means that you will see all the details. We have already written a general post about the advanced stats. And a more specific one for all those who want to know more about the Twitter stats. But just to remember; the first thing we will see is the general number of tweets. And on the right the amount of each type of tweets. You will also see some users rankings, a gallery of images and many other metrics. It is also possible to get an Excel file that includes all the information and allows you to manage it as needed.
You will also find the basic stats. They summarize the advanced stats in a very visual way. You will get the number of tweets, the number of contributors and the potential impressions. Also the gallery and two user rankings. These basic Twitter stats are perfect to share in your social media profiles, for example. This way you can (as a company/brand) show your potential clients how your hashtag has worked. But without sharing all the information. It is really much more useful than it seems to be!
It’s not all about statistics… Manage the information freely!
The third place goes to the Classify panel! This part is too long to explain, that is why we have dedicated a complete post to talk about this topic. Nevertheless, this section gives us the chance to organize the information. We can create binders (folders) where we can group all the content and do whatever we want. We can delete tweets, organize them, group them together… Definitely, this part of the Tweet Binder reports allows us to make the most out of the data.
You will also see a section called Settings. Here is where we can add some new rules to our search. What does this mean? This means that we can make our search even more concrete. To do this we can add some related terms (more hashtags related to the main one, for example), keywords that must appear on tweets or tweets that don’t contain an specific word instead. We can also filter them by date or by words.
There is another section called Events. This one allows us to use the information in a very dynamic way. There will appear all the tweets collected in your Tweet Binder report. You can project it on a screen and use the content in presentations or events. With no doubt this is a great way to take advantage of the resources within a report. If you want to learn more about events and moderation don´t forget to read our posts.
If you want you can find out by yourself all the benefits of a Tweet Binder report. They are certainly much more than Twitter stats and metrics. Learn with us how to take advantage of them and make your effort worth it much more.