Measurement tools

Tweepsmap

Take your scheduling to the next level with threads, polls, photo tagging, and let AI post when your followers are online. Guide your publishing with trends, topics, insights, relevant to your global following. Build a community, learn more about your followers, and which topics resonate with each segment. Track and map growth, momentum, and who is your top engaged audience. Understand follower demographics, interests, and sentiments. Analyze hashtags and keywords. Understand competitor’s reach.

 

Features

  • Publishing: AI-driven with advanced scheduling features such as threads, polls, automatic best times to post and content segmentation.
  • Audience analysis: Analyze followers, engagements, demographics, interests, and segmentation.
  • Listening: Demographic-enhanced hashtag and keyword analysis.

 

Cost

  • Free: Basic analytics and scheduling (threads, polls, and photo tagging)
  • Starting at $7/mo: Advanced analytics, scheduling, segmentation and engagement metrics.

 

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