Jason Better Reviews TwitterCounter.com

Jason Better Reviews Twitter CounterThis is sooo cool. I don’t know if you heard about this site called TwitterCounter.com but I really think you should check it out. It will help you track your Twitter Marketing efforts and I’m sure you know how important that is.

Now, I don’t have anything to gain from this at all. It doesn’t even cost anything to use this site but I checked it out last night over a cup of Chai Tea Latte and it’s awesome.

What does TwitterCounter.com do?

It actually measures your progress on Twitter and graphs it over time. So you can see where you had slow months and where you really rocked it up on Twitter.

Another cool thing you can do with TwitterCounter.com is check out where you rank on Twitter. There’s even a list of the top 100 users if you’re curious.

And if you’re interested in showing off your follower count they have a neat little widget you can embed on your blog that updates whenever you get new followers. It’s a subtle way to build your credibility through social proof.

A Few More Features I Loved…

#1 It Predicts Followers:

It averages out the number of followers you get per day… so you can actually predict how well you’re gonna do in the next few months if you keep doing what you’re doing.

#2 It Graphs Everything:

You can graph how many followers you have and when you got them. As well, you can check out how many people you’re following if you’re curious about when you followed people…

Oh, and it counts up and graphs the amount of tweets you’ve been posting too. With all of these variables it shouldn’t be too hard for you to discover what really works on Twitter for you.

Why Does This Even Matter?

Well to start, anything like Twittercounter.com is going to help you measure your results so that you can test your internet marketing campaigns. I would actually recommend you compare these stats with your web traffic to get the most out of it. So you can see which months or even weeks you’ve been driving crazy amounts of traffic to your sites and keep doing what works.

Essentially…

It’s like having a compass in the internet marketing jungle.

Anyway, I just thought this was cool and I had to share it with you. I’m sure some of you guys are more tech-savvy than I am so you probably discovered this site ages ago… if so… well… you suck.

Kidding. I hope you’re as thrilled with this site as I am. Then again, maybe I’m just easily amused. But it would be totally cool if you could…

Share Your Favorite Twitter Resources In a Comment Today

You guys (and gals) are really striking up a dialogue these days and it’s awesome. So keep up the good work and keep networking.

To your success,

Jason The “Better Networker”
The Jason Better Blog

Jason Better

P.S. I Broke My Blog! No kidding, for some strange reason my comment thinga-mabob wasn’t working the other day. So in case you missed out… I was wondering if you had any sweet ideas for blog posts in the near future. Rebecca Geiger suggested: “Opt-In Form Design, and “How To Write A “Call To Action” which are completely awesome suggestions… feel free to add a few of your own today. :-)

16 Comments

Peter Montgomery  on December 16th, 2009

Hi Jase.

I just kinda skimmed through this one for now.

It’s 2:45 am here in Sydney Australia.
I just popped over to say G’day Before I stumble off for a few hours sleep.

See ya Mate.

Pete

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Cool,

No worries Peter.

Geeze, that’s crazy. 2:45 am. What
a difference in time zones.

Get some rest!

[Reply]

Tommy D  on December 16th, 2009

Good stuff as always Jason. I could use this. I wrote a piece about you to post on good networker. I wanted to check with you, if you wanted to check it out before I posted it in the forum and wanted permission to use your avatar. With your guidance, you’ve helped me to really get my blog going, thanks!

Tommy

(contact info an links removed by editor)

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Hey Tommy,

I’m flattered. Thank you. If it’s just an article
referencing me then of course you could link to
a picture of me. That’s fair use.

I’m sure I’ll see your post in the forums soon. I had
to remove your links and contact info because we try to
discourage that here.

It’s not you… but some people get the wrong idea
and start posting full length ads here.

Again, thanks for dropping in. You can send me a line
when you get posted and I’ll check it out too. :-)

[Reply]

Mitcehll Dillman  on December 16th, 2009

Well Tweet-a-lee-do to you Jason.

Now this is what I’m squawking about when it comes to your R.O.T.(return on tweets)

Finally a way to see some results for all the hours spent spreading little bits of inspiration and good will around over there at Twitterville like chicken scratch in the barn-yard.

Thanks for sharing this with your flock, we’ll see you around the coop you old bird…

Mitchell Dillman

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Hah Mitchell!

I thought you would dig this link. I remember
your post on R.O.T. a while back… hit me in
the heart. I think in many cases most people
are wandering around without a clue.

[Reply]

Mitchell Dillman  on December 16th, 2009

You mean Coo-Cooless ;-)

Yeah, I know twitter ruffles my feathers from time to time…

You’ve pecked my interest in that old post.

Think I’ll get over there and re-work that thing, seems I may flap it into a good article with all my new found knowledge.

Thanks for scrambling up that thought.

MD

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

No prob Mitchell. You rock.

[Reply]

Dwayne Huggins  on December 16th, 2009

Jason

Thanks for the timely value.

I was just saying to myself the other day that I was going to spend some time to really get my head around twitter so I could use it more productively.

Then as always as if your in my brain you provide me with this valuable to nugget which will kick off the twitter investigation nicely for me.

Cheers

Dwayne

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Hey Dwayne,

I hope you’re still posting awesome
vids on Better Networker… I loved the
one on article marketing. Man… you’re
on to something.

Yeah for sure…

Don’t ignore the bird. Twitter is a power
house for free web traffic. The twitter/blog
combo is a deadly duo.

[Reply]

Dwayne Huggins  on December 16th, 2009

I’m definitely still doing my video thing on Better Network, you even get a mention in one of them, go check it out.

I know, I know. Twitter is a powerhouse for marketing, but for some reason I never got into it fully. But Twitter time has come and I’m going to be all over it.

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

@Dwayne

I’ll have to check that out. So hard
to keep up with everything. Better
Networker is growing like mad…

Definitely the place to be.

[Reply]

Marc Ward  on December 17th, 2009

Hi Jason
I am a Twitter junkie!! Its such a great marketing tool. I write about social media on my site, with tips and tools, and I thought I knew all the tools of the trade when it comes to Twitter, but thanks to you that was not the case.
I am now in the process in writing a review of Twittercounter.com myself, and will most deferentially be saying to my readers where I got this from….you.
Hope its O.K. that I post a link in my post to your site Jason.
Thanks again, and have a great Christmas.

Marc Ward

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Of course.

Thank you Marc. It’s really cool
of you to stop by. I’m something
of a Twitter junkie myself. :-)

Here’s wishing you a great Christmas
too.

All the best.

[Reply]

Damayanthi  on December 17th, 2009

Thanks Jason for sharing.

I have joined this a month ago, guess what never bothered to look at it since. Now you got me thinking how valuable it is.

Thanks again & wish you a Merry Christmas!!

Damayanthi

[Reply]

Jason Reply:

Hey Damayanthi,

A merry holiday season to you
too. :-)

[Reply]

Leave a Comment