Twitter Tips: How To Get More People To See Your Tweets
Want to see who reads your tweets? Twitter's Analytics Dashboard reveals all
It is natural to be curious about who viewed your social media accounts. Among social media networks like Instagram and Facebook, users are wondering who read their tweets and view their accounts. In the Twitter world, if you do not get responses including likes, RTs, you feel like that you are talking to ghosts. So, is it possible to see who viewed your Twitter profile? I am sorry to say that there is no way to tell.
People also desperate to know if you can see who has viewed your Facebook Profile. Forget it, nobody knows, you cannot as yet get this information from anywhere. Who is viewing my Twitter profile is something we all want to know and a this is a reason that our accounts are still getting hacked. Twitter is keeping that information a secret from us. Like I said in the update about analytics. The only way to know if someone has seen your Twitter account, or at least your Tweets, is if they like your posts or retweet your posts then you can see if they have seen your Twitter feed, you still cannot tell who looked at your profile, although analytics do tell you how many have visited your Twitter profile. It will also show your top posts — and top mentions.
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Twitter is one of the most widely used social networks today. According to the main idea of Twitter, people follow each other, share information or opinions. Each Twitter user interacts with each other, likes or shares a tweet. Any Twitter user can see the number of followers of not inherently themselves, but everybody. However, is there a way to possibly see who viewed your account? Well, there may even be people who stalk you regularly.
Twitter no longer just favours verified users : starting today, anyone can track tweets. Twitter introduced an analytics feature last month, but it limited the feature to anyone with a blue check on their profile. But now the company has opened the feature to everyone. In other words, if you want to know how your tweets are performing, simply check out the new Activity Dashboard. When you first login you will see a timeline chart with statistics about your impressions over a set period of days. You can also review the performance of your tweets and replies and promoted tweets, as well as the engagements and engagement rates for everything. You're even able to export tweet data through the Activity Dashboard.
Somewhat unnervingly, Facebook also allows users to create secret lists of friends. Just like your friends, their names will be included in a list that only you can see. Making your account private will cut off Stories access for non-followers, and you can also hide your Story from people who actually do follow you. Snapchat Stories kicked off the trend for displaying all of the friends that have viewed your pictures and videos, but it goes a step further by also notifying you when any of them screenshot your updates. At the opposite end of the spectrum is LinkedIn , but the professional network is arguably the most generous of the bunch for online stalkers.