MyTwitterCommunity helps you to analyze Twitter Networks. There are many Twitter Analytics tools, but this one also includes a network graph. This helps you to discover the conversations, and you can i.e. start bridging gaps and connect to tweeps that are not in your direct network.
Do you know how to apply Twitter Analytics?
Let’s take a look at an example. We made this example focusing on “social network analytics” and “social network analysis“. The tweets that we post ourselves are handled by @mariandragt. The data set for this example contains tweets collected since 24/09/2014. MyTwitterCompany normaly comes as an application, but the graphs can be integrated in your website as well, as we can see below.
MyTwitterCommunity – Network Graph
This network graph displays the connections between the various tweeps. The source node has been defined based on the tweep. The target node refers to the first mentioned tweep (this could also be a location).
The size of the nodes displays the degree of the tweep and in this example its Klout score. This Klout score is dynamic and will change over time. You can increase and decrease the number of visible nodes by clicking on the small arrows left on top of the graph.
MyTwitterCommunity – Top-10 Klout Score
This chart displays the Top-10 Tweeps according to their average Klout score. As this Klout score is dynamic, it will change over time. More about Klout score can be read here.
MyTwitterCommunity – Top-10 Tweets
This chart displays the Top-10 Tweeps, based on the amount of tweets they produced during the selected period. As you can see, PrioTime itself it publishing the most.
MyTwitterCommunity – Top-10 Followers
This chart displays the Top-10 of the average amount of followers per tweep during the selected period.
Now this application has its limitations: the target is based on the first tweep that is encountered in the tweet text, so even when there are more mentions in the text, only the first one will appear. Besides, Google docs have a limitation to 400.000 cells per document, so if you would like to analyze a popular hashtag or query, you will run out of space, but for basic Twitter Analytics it will work fine.
Recognition of this application