Here’s how it works:
Enter a keyword, hashtag, Twitter username, or just about any other word or phrase you want to analyze, and TweetCharts churns out chunks of data related to that specific information, including data on reply, retweet, and link percentages as well as the most common words, most mentioned users and most used hashtags. It’s all presented in pie charts, line graphs and bar graphs in dashboard fashion.
Here’s a report on my Twitter username (@andrewcareaga) from April 30 through May 8:
Have you played around with TweetCharts yet? If so, how? And what are your thoughts about it?