Want to check out your follower activity or see what your most engaging tweets are like? Head on over to the Analyze tab of Followerwonk!
Analyzing tweets is easy. Just type in the Twitter handle you want to analyze, make sure to select “analyze their tweets” from the drop-down menu and click on the “Do it” button.
- Most mentioned users
- Most mentioned domains
- Most important tweets
Most mentioned domains is a list of —you guessed it — the domains mentioned the most in the analyzed account's tweets. Click on the domain to be taken to that page or click on the “See mentions” link to get a color mapped analysis of the mentions, along with some examples.
Most important tweets is a list of account tweets that have the highest number of retweets (RT's) and favorites over the last few months.
Analyze users the account follows or users who follow that account
Next, take a look at the most active hours for the account being analyzed. Compare this chart to the most active times for the followers/the people the account follows to see when the best time to tweet for maximum impact will be, then use your Buffer account to schedule some tweets automatically for those sweet spots!
The word cloud below these charts is a visualization of the most frequently used words in bios. The larger the word, the more frequently it’s used. Here you’ll see a one and two-word cloud, along with a location word cloud. Just another cool way to visualize the account's followers/followed activity!
Finally, you’ll see a bunch of interactive pie charts which show you everything from Social Authority to account languages. Each section of this delicious data pie can give you insight into what accounts exist in each range. Just click on the section you want to look at, and you will get a comprehensive report of the followers in that data set, which you can then export for your own purposes.