For some, it is not just enough to use Twitter. Some must worry about
how, when and why they use Twitter. It’s your life, you can be like that
if you want! And most people can’t help but want to know who’s hanging on their every word,
just desperately waiting for them to tweet again. Here’s tools to
analyze Twitter use, audience, news research and just plain old vanity.
Does a number of things–most interesting among them, it lets you compare yourself to other Twitter users, and graph your interactions with other people.
Shows, over time, topic usage. For instance, oh gosh, it appears almost no one Tweeted about Gadaffi a month ago!
Compiles your tags, keywords and conversants.
It’s in beta, but here’s a video that shows how they’re letting you dig down into the origination of ideas or news.
Consolidation and Organization
Delivers, by email, the most important “news” in your social network.
Oh what a name. Lays out a report of everyone you’re engaged with in Twitter, and lets you review their stats, block, add and manage.
Summify, my tweeple.
Tells you how many people saw a link, a name or a term across Twitter. For instance! Perhaps you want to know who is talking about “salmon.” Well, that’s easy to find out.
Well… “Twinterest figures out what you’re interested in by going through your tweets.” If you’re not sure what your interests are, perhaps this would be of use to you.