And they’re not only going to measure the crap out of you and tell you how influential (or not) you are online, they’re going to tell you lots of other stuff too.
TweetLevel bases your “tweet level” on four factors: influence, popularity, engagement and trust. And they even share the specific methodology, in case you’re mathematically-minded and like this sort of stuff:
But that’s just the beginning of the fun stuff they offer. After you’ve re-affirmed your influence level (as we assume you’ve done so already on both Klout and Kred in the past), check out the real draw – seeing what people are saying about you/your brand.
You start out with a topic search, where you can “focus on specific dates, languages, words, hashtags and web links.”
And then you can see what links people are sharing relative to your search, how much buzz that topic is generating and even who the key people are for your brand (these would be your potential brand ambassadors):
TweetLevel “analyses every tweet over the past 30 days to give you information to help you understand what is important around this conversation topic.” And that’s pretty cool. If nothing else, it’s a great starting point for your Twitter efforts!
Do you have other favorite free tools that you use?
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