Twitter introduces Twitter analytics
Pretty excited to hear about the new Twitter Performance Analytics that I just got access to. To check if it’s available for you, go to http://ads.twitter.com and login using your normal Twitter credentials.
What does it give you?
Check out this screenshot:
Here you’ll see a basic summary graph of the last month, showing my mentions, follows and unfollows. If you want to play around with the data, you can export to CSV or XLS.
How can you use this data?
By exporting your data to CSV, you can do some filtering and see which tweets you’ve sent out have performed the best and resonate most with your follows. And once you figure that out, then do it more! To read more about Twitter analytics, check out this article on Mashable.
Really enjoyed this Mixergy interview with Social Trigger’s Derek Halpern
Oracle: Bad Ass Motherfuckers
Now that Steve Jobs has stepped down as CEO of Apple, I’m starting to realize that one of the things I might miss most are the posts he would do on Apple’s site from time to time. You know, like the dismantling of Flash.
Unlike most corporate-speak which consists of bland nonsense glazed with PR buzzwords — which is always a complete and utter waste of time to read, Jobs’ post were written like a human being who doesn’t give a shit what anyone else thinks. Whether you agreed or disagreed with what he was actually saying, you had to respect the voice he was using.
Now a new hope is rising.
via Ana Hoffman of Traffic Generation Cafe. Want to build links and you’re in the IM space? Well bookmark this page.
This sad Panda is awesome though.
Another Google Panda Update, another group of sites destroyed.