TWOPCHARTS is an amazing Twitter tool with stats, data and information on all aspects of your Tweeting life.
If you use Twitter then you have to check out today’s site. It’s called TWOPCHARTS and it does the most incredible things with data created by Twitter users. For example, it will list your first 10 Tweets, your first ten follows, your first ten followers, Tweets you’ve re-tweeted, even list of the people who have not followed you back. Thanks to TWOPCHARTS, I discovered that Daniel Pink, Sir Ken Robinson and George Abbot (BC Minister of Education) among others, have not followed me back even though I’m following them. That’s okay. I’m not offended, really I’m not.
The depth and breath of the Twitter information this site makes available is nothing short of amazing and accessing the information couldn’t be easier. Simply enter a Twitter handle (don’t include the @ symbol) in the text box – it doesn’t have to be your own – then click in one of the information buttons.
But, all is not sweetness and light and I do have a couple of gripes. The first is the need to re-enter a Twitter handle every time another data option is selected. That gets really annoying, real quick. The second is the need for some options to access my Twitter account. If you’ve read my recent posts, you know my Twitter account was hacked and many of my followers were spammed by Tweets which appeared to come from me. I believe (but can’t prove) the hackers were part of a third party app (like TWOPCHARTS) and I unwittingly gave them access to my Twitter account. Since then I’ve been very caution. As a result, there were a few TWOPCHARTS features that I was not able to try.
Bottom line? Despite my concerns, I really do like this app. It’s ability to quickly access and display all types of Twitter data is truly amazing. It’s also a great and graphic reminder that nothing is ever lost, forgotten or deleted on the ‘Net. Even Tweets posted several years ago can still be found, accessed and read.
The site is free to use and most options require a Twitter handle only.
You can take a look by going to
Thanks to Kelly Faulkner for sharing this link.
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