I have a few hundred Twitter followers and my heartbeat skips a beat everytime I see my number of followers going down instead of going up. I believe it's the same for everyone. Whether you have a few hundred or few thousand followers, everyone wants to track their Twitter followers and monitor their growth.
Now the question is, how often should you track Twitter followers? Should you track them daily or weekly or monthly? The frequency of tracking your followers depends on several factors like age of account, number of followers, frequency of content, and more. People who are new to Twitter or suddenly start growing are more interested in their everyday follower growth. Old accounts with consistent growth check their monthly follower growth.
In this article, we will look at all the ways you can track your followers and unfollowers on Twitter in a few simple steps.
How to track Twitter followers on Twitter:
With the in-built Twitter analytics, you can analyze your monthly follower growth. The analytics section of your Twitter profile will give you the net gain/loss in Twitter followers for the last 28 days.
However, there’s no detailed analysis on the actual number of followers gained and lost over the 28 days. There’s also no option to learn daily/weekly numbers. Hence, using Twitter analytics to track Twitter followers is useful for those who want to check their numbers once in a while without any detailed analysis.
How to track Twitter followers using Circleboom:
For Twitter users who want to track their Twitter followers daily, Circleboom is the ideal option to do so. With Circleboom you can track both your follower and friend growth chart to learn how many users are following/unfollowing you on a daily basis.
Track Twitter followers using Circleboom with the steps below:
- Login to the Circleboom dashboard by authenticating your Twitter account.
- From the Circleboom menu, click on “User Analytics” -> “Follower growth” to track your followers. You will see a line chart and a bar chart depicting your change in followers.
- With the line chart, you can see your total number of Twitter followers with the changing day. You can scroll the bottom arrow to see your changing number of followers over months or years.
- With the bar chart, you can see the number of new followers/unfollowers for each day. You can again scroll the top arrow to see the numbers over months and years.
By following these simple steps you can easily track Twitter followers over time. The beautiful charts also help Twitter influencers and brands to share their growth in presentations and reports.
Other than growth, you can also learn your followers' characteristics on Circleboom. Learning who your followers are can help you plan better content in the long-run.
Circleboom is a great way to manage your Twitter followers whether you’re obsessed with your followers or if you like to work on them routinely. Along with analytics, you can also use Circleboom’s publishing, tweet delete features to manage your Twitter account.