Hashtracking enables you to see at a glance who participated in the chat, how many people were reached, who was retweeted the most and more. Perhaps the best feature of this is the transcript feature that pulls every single tweet into a single document.
I also really like the Top 20 feature. It allows you to see who had the most tweets, most reach, and most impressions. This is very helpful information.
I’d like to give a very big thank you to Viveka von Rosen aka @Linkedinexpert for introducing me to this awesome tool.
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About the Author: Gina Carr is an Entrepreneur, Speaker and Marketing Consultant who works with CEOs and Thought Leaders to leverage social media marketing for more publicity, profits and success. Combining her street-smarts learned as a small business owner with her book-smarts learned at the Harvard Business School and Georgia Tech, Gina helps business owners turn great ideas into profitable money-making machines. Gina is known as The Tribe Builder - helping passionate people build powerful tribes of raving fans for their business or non-profit.
I'm glad you liked Hashtracking. Charlie Jeffers is da bomb. (You should definitely interview him) Hugs
Yes! Loved it! Thanks so much for introducing me to the great resource. I will put Charlie on my list. I'm certainly looking forward to our interview coming up in a few weeks at the Social Buzz University! www.SocialBuzzTraining.com
Great post, Gina. I love hashtags and use them strategically for myself and with clients. This looks like a terrific tool and I can't wait to try it and share with others. ♥
I think you will really enjoy it and find it helpful, Cindy. I think that hashtags are incredibly important and very underutilized. I'm eager to learn more from you about how you use them. If you have any articles or tips to share, please feel free to do so.
Thanks, Sally. Glad you liked it. And, thanks for your comment about the caricature. It was done by a long time friend of mine, Sandra Paradise. She is an incredibly gifted artist.
This is a great tracking tool. Not long ago I thought that the # was just a trend that people were doing at the time as it is on fb. Its much bigger than that!
This is a fantastic tip, Gina. I don't always use hashtags because they take up too many characters and are not so easy to measure usefulness, but this sounds like the answer to my hashtag problem! PS - your blog header is wonderful - what a great logo!