‘Life on Twitter’ tool analyzes your tweets to unearth patterns – #Startup


‘Life on Twitter’ is a Web-based tool that will analyze your tweets & give you a summary of your Twitter behavior patterns, influences, & other personality-related aspects.

Business & enterprise accounts will already be poring over their efforts and ROI metrics for Twitter & other social networks. But ordinary people usually just tweet about subjects they are interested in on their personal social media accounts, & they engage mostly with people they can connect with or have something in common with – friends, work, colleagues, people in your industry or city, celebs you like, etc.

This is what Life on Twitter lays out in the form of visual data that shows you behavioral patterns you may or may not have been aware of. The tool makes use of the Twitter API to look through your last 1,000 tweets & list everything from your best friends (based on number of mentions) to your follower/following ratio, the percentage of weekly tweets for each day of the week, most used hashtags & emojis, and other Twitter users that you are influenced by.

The Life on Twitter tool was developed for Gloucestershire, UK-based full service digital agency, 10 Yetis Digital. The latter initially created it for an internal analysis of how they use Twitter, but then decided that the stats the tool was generating would be interesting enough for everyone.

Besides, Life on Twitter also lists your most popular tweets, which might be a useful thing if you are trying to focus on ways to increase your popularity (who isn’t?).

It’s also free & easy to use. You simply sign in with your Twitter account, & the tool will quickly create a long page that includes a complete analysis of your Twitter activity. You can, of course, share this profile page with your followers and friends on Twitter and other social networks. After you generate your profile, you can have more of your tweets analyzed at this URL – http://lifeontwitter.com/profile?lots


- This post is merely a startup profile based on publicly available information & not a review. -
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