A breakdown of Twitter’s new dashboard

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A breakdown of Twitter’s new dashboard

Social media has become a common term in today’s world. Today, more than 65% of American adults use social media. In 2005 this figure was only 7%. The most popular platforms currently are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Each of these platforms is constantly evolving.

As marketers and businesses continue to use social media, Twitter has released a new analytics dashboard to help these users better understand their followers and performance. Today we’ll take a look at the features of this dashboard and what it has to offer your business.
Twitter Analytics
Dashboard: Features and Insights The goal of the new dashboard is to give users more control over how they use Twitter and get more information to inform their decisions. Current social media trends suggest a future where these platforms will provide marketers with more granular insights. Here are the key features it offers your business:

Create a custom feed that lets you see more than just mentions. It contains more relevant tweets and helps you better find and engage with your audience.
An analytics dashboard that shows everything from views to numbers, retweets, replies, mentions and more.
Now you can schedule and edit tweets directly from the new dashboard. You can create
alerts based on custom keywords.
The new dashboard offers suggestions and suggestions for tweets based on data and statistics.
This new dashboard brings together in a single platform various functions that normally have different tools available. In particular, you can use it to determine which types of tweets are most likely to execute and monitor their performance.