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Understand the Long Term Trends Of Your Viral Activity with ManageFlitter's Tweet Analytics Feature.

Check out ManageFlitters Tweet Analytics feature now! 

ManageFlitter’s Tweet Analytics feature is available to Pro and Business accounts only. Tweet Analytics allows you to track tweet keywords over time and view individual tweets during volume spikes.

Today we are going to track the keyword “ManageFlitter” and view a breakdown of a tweet keyword analysis.

Simply login to ManageFlitter and navigate to the “Analytics” drop down menu and select the “Tweet Analytics” page.

Enter your keyword in the field provided.


The “Overview” tab displays a layout of time-based information such as “Total Tweets Seen” and the “Average Daily Rate”. This gives you an idea of how often the keyword is being used in Tweets.

As you can see, we have previously tracked the keyword “manageflitter” and monitored tweets with this keyword.


A powerful function of this graph is the ability to see and investigate the tweet spikes. You can click on any particular point in the graph and view all the tweets that contributed to the spike on that date or hour.


A ManageFlitter Business account will allow complete access to Tweet Analytics. This includes a breakdown of the tweet keyword activity by :

  • URLs

  • Tweet clusters

  • Languages

  • Hashtags

  • Sources

  • Authors

  • Mentions

As you can see within the Tweet Clusters tab, similar tweets have been grouped together. This has been conveniently colour-coded to show a visual representation of these clusters.


The Languages tab segregates the language in which a tweet was published.


The Mentions tab provides an overview of the most common accounts mentioned within the key worded tweets.


The Authors tab represents the author or account that published the tweet. The sources, however, display the device or application from where the tweet was published. For example, Twitter for iPhone, a tweet button, or an application like ManageFlitter.


The Hashtag tab features the most common hashtag used within a tweet. As shown, “unfollow” is used up to 294 times and hashtag “Twitter” is used 139 times.


The URLs tab displays the most common URLs present in the tweets. For example, has been used 2,398 times.


Once you’ve entered any keyword, Tweet Analytics will continue to monitor it over time.

This functionality provides a very interesting way of monitoring tweets. Remember that you can also monitor your competitor’s keywords to see what’s driving their viral traffic. 

We hope you enjoy using the Tweet Analytics functionality! Please do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly team members via

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