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Twitter reports – Too much information?
You are reading this probably just after having purchased your first Tweet Binder pro report, thanks for that, we are happy that you have chosen us for your Twitter analytics. After analyzing your Twitter hashtag or keyword you may find yourself a bit confused there are many Twitter stats you have to process: we have sentiment, impressions, etc. We have many metrics, we know, but all of them are important. A report will give you lots of information and it’s important to know everything you can do with it. When you get your Twitter report you will find different ways of analyzing the data: Infographic report, advanced report, PDF or excel document, for example.
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Different versions of the same Twitter rundown
Tweet Binder has 4 types of reports. We used to have only 2 and then 3 in the past, now we have 4:
- Infographic report: this one shows just the main stats of the hashtag or term, number of tweets, impressions, etc.
- Advanced report: in this case we are showing more than 20 metrics, from sentiment to 12 users rankings, sources, etc. This is the main part of the Twitter rundown.
- Excel version of the report: downloadable version that besides the stats also adds the total list of users and the tweets analyzed.
- PDF version of the report: also downloadable version with the main stats presented in a very “pretty” way.
What will I find in the Classify section?
To classify the tweets is quite important because you will be able to focus in the things that really matter in your report. Tweet Binder has an unique feature that lets you navigate trough the tweets creating binders (we are called Tweet Binder because of that actually) of tweets. In the classification dashboard you will see all the tweets together but there are different sections in which all the data is divided by type. We can decide to see the retweets, the images, the conversations, those tweets which exclusively contain text or a list of all the contributors who have spoken about the term which is being analyzed. It is important to notice here that a tweet can be classified in two different categories. For example, a tweets can contain a picture but also be a reply. This way, this tweet will only be counted once in the general counter but will fit two types of tweets.
You will be given the option to create binders, which are extremely helpful. You will be given some suggested binders which are associated to the main topic. They can help you to sort the information and, if not, you can decline them and new ones will be suggested. Also, you can create your own binders. How to do that? It is really easily. You only have to click on the “create binder” button. There you will be able to choose an image for your binder and its name. You will also be able to add as many filters as wanted in order to obtain the perfect information. And don’t worry, if you want to edit your binder… You can do it anytime!
What else can I do?
You can do many things! You can select all the tweets you want and erase the unnecessary ones. This way you will work just with the information you want. You can also move any tweet to a binder if needed.
You are also given the option of entering to someone’s profile. There you can see their number of tweets, impacts and followers. You can select their tweets by your own, erase them if you want to or move them into a binder. It is also possible to preview all the images and many other things. You really need to try yourself to discover all the features! In this section you will feel free to manage the information as you want. This way you can decide how you use all the data that Tweet Binder provides you. You can select it, organize it, erase it and do many things that will help to develop your study or campaign successfully.