Yes, you can look for @account and this will give you the mentions an account has received.
For example: @bbc
Yes, just by adding from: before the account’s name you will get the tweets sent by that account.
For example: from:@bbc
Each Tweet Binder PRO report includes up to 14 user rankings. They are automatically generated with the report and they give valuable insights about the contributors.
There are some basic rankings such as the most active or the most popular but there are more complex rankings as well. Here is a list of them:
The Twitter User Tracker is a tool developed by Tweet Binder that allows you to follow the key metrics of a Twitter account. This way, you can see how those accounts have evolved in time. Variables such as followers growth can be monitored with this tool.
A tracker is each one of the accounts that can be tracked, they are the same as a Twitter account. For example, if someone wants to track the Coca-Cola brand on Twitter, they will have to set a new tracker for @CocaCola. From that moment, the Twitter User Tracker will start to collect data, which will be updated every hour.
Many trackers can be grouped under a tag. A tag groups and compares several trackers. The metrics inside a tag file can be compared. Following the Coca-Cola example, the tag “Beverage brands” could be created to group the tracker @CocaCola and @Pepsi.
The Twitter User Tracker will start collecting data from the moment the tracker is created. The stats are updated each hour. To create a new tracker, follow these steps:
Yes, and that is the best thing about tags. All the metrics inside a tag file can be compared to see the performance of each account among the others.
Each tag file has the following sections:
Yes, these metrics can be exported to a .csv file. This will allow you to work with the information and arrange it by the criteria that you need to.
Every tracker has an edit button. Once you have created it you will be able to delete it at any moment. Notice that if you delete a tracker you will lose all its data and they can not be recovered.
Yes, all the stats will be deleted as well. The tracker will be available as long as it is active.
The Tracker file shows all the metrics that have been collected from the moment the tracker was set. It is updated every hour. It is important to note that the metrics from before the tracker was set can not be displayed. As the trackers are updated every hour, metrics can be followed in real time. A tracker collects data from the moment the tracker is set and until you decide to turn it off.
The tracker file has three sections:
The metrics that each tracker analyzes and that are updated each hour are as follows: