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Announcing the all new TweetReach Report 2.0!

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We’re so very excited to announce the all-new TweetReach Report 2.0! With a brand new look and some great new metrics, the updated, upgraded version of our snapshot report is smarter and better than ever.

Believe it or not, we ran our very first TweetReach report in April 2009. And in the two and half years since that first report, we’ve run millions and millions of reports for customers all over the world. But the report hasn’t really changed much since then. Until now, that is. We’ve given the entire report a massive facelift and added in a lot of the metrics you’ve been asking us for. Take a look…

 

New Report Changes

Some of our favorite new report features include:

  • Top tweets make it easy to identify the most retweeted tweets
  • Top contributors make it easy to identify the most influential and engaged participants
  • Graphical timeline makes it easy to identify when key moments occurred throughout the duration of the conversation
  • Integrated contextual help makes it easy to figure out what a metric means and how we calculate it

We haven’t removed anything from the old report; we’ve only added to it. And there won’t be an increase in cost for these new reports – quick 50-tweet reports are still free, and full reports are still $20. (As always, full reports will include all tweets made available by Twitter, which is usually up to 1,500 tweets from the past week.)

New Report Access

For the next few weeks, the new report will only be available to anyone who purchases a full report or anyone with a TweetReach Pro subscription or a free TweetReach account. So to try it out, either sign in to your current account or sign up for a free TweetReach account.

There’s more information in our helpdesk about the new report with detailed explanations of the new metrics, as well as list of new report FAQs. And please let us know if you have any questions!

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Written by Jenn D

December 12th, 2011 at 11:19 am

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  1. Thanks for sending the info about this update. I’m a big fan of TweetReach Pro and use it for many of my online efforts.

    I have to say I feel like I felt when Apple rolled out the iPhone 4s. I was expecting a significant step forward but feel a bit underwhelmed that after all this time the *new* Tweetreach is pretty much like the old Tweetreach. It looks like most of the same metrics are still there, but they just got pushed around the page a bit.

    Since TweetReach first launched in ’09 other players in this space have moved faster and had more iterations. That’s what I’m comparing you to.

    It’s still a great product and I still love using it but this new “massive facelift” doesn’t move the needle that much IMO.

    Rick Bakas

    12 Dec 11 at 11:51 am

  2. Hi Rick,

    Thanks for the comment. We’re so happy to have customers who care enough about our service to offer honest feedback. We’re still a small team and so when it comes to building things we’ve picked our battles carefully. If you’re tracking the reach and exposure of a Twitter campaign or event, I firmly believe we’re building the best solution out there. That focus may mean that we’re not the right solution for everyone’s needs and we fully understand that.

    As a Pro user, you know that we’ve invested most of our time recently in vastly improving the Tracker feature by adding hashtag reporting, link reporting and improved contributor reporting. During that time we haven’t been able to focus as much on the Snapshot Report feature. I think if you take a second look at this new report, you’ll see that this new version includes a number of features such as the activity chart, top contributors and retweets that weren’t available in the previous version.

    One thing you can’t see is that under the hood, this report is built on brand new technology that makes adding new features much easier for us so we’ll be able to iterate much faster on this feature. I would really appreciate it if you’d take the time to work with the new report and let us know how we can improve it. Feel free to email me directly at hayes@appozite.com with your thoughts.

    Thanks again.

    Hayes Davis
    Founder, TweetReach

    Hayes D

    12 Dec 11 at 12:30 pm

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