Twitter 𝕏 Metrics Calculator

Find Detailed Analytics Insights for Any Twitter 𝕏 Profile. Engagement rate, average views, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who are you? What’s Tweet Hunter? Where am I?
We are the team behind Tweet Hunter, the all-in-one, AI-powered Twitter tool. We are Twitter X users ourselves and created Tweet Hunter to solve a simple pain: growing an audience on X and attracting business opportunities. Over 6000 people now trust us with their Twitter X needs.

This here is a free tool we have created to help you find detailed analytics about any Twitter X profile.
Why would I want to get metrics for my or someone else’s account?
When you look at metrics like followers or likes own their own, you don’t get the whole picture. This free tool aims to help you get more info about your own content and other people’s to.

Understanding metrics for your Twitter account, or someone else's, offers a data-driven approach to improving your social media strategy. Here's why this is invaluable:

  • Performance Evaluation: Metrics provide a quantitative assessment of how well your content resonates with your audience. Knowing your average views, engagement, and ratios can inform you on what's working and what isn't.

  • Competitive Analysis: Examining metrics of other Twitter accounts allows you to understand how you stack up against competitors or peers in your industry, revealing opportunities and gaps in your content strategy.

  • Audience Engagement: Understanding engagement rates and engagement-to-follower ratios can help you tailor your content to better interact with your audience, increasing overall engagement and reach.

  • Resource Allocation: When you know what kind of content performs best, you can allocate your resources—time, money, creative effort—more efficiently, focusing on what truly drives results.

  • Trend Analysis: By consistently tracking metrics, you can identify patterns and trends over time, making it easier to adapt your strategy to changing audience behaviors or market conditions.

  • Sponsorship Assessment: If you're considering sponsoring a Twitter account, our metrics tool can help you gauge whether the account is worth your investment. By analyzing views, engagement, and ratios, you can better understand the account's influence and reach, ensuring a higher ROI for your sponsorship.

Fetching metrics for Twitter accounts provides actionable insights that can drive better decision-making and result in a more effective and engaging Twitter strategy, whether it's your own account or another that you're interested in sponsoring." This expanded answer should provide a comprehensive view of why someone would want to get metrics for a Twitter account.
How can I find any Twitter X profile’s KPIs with this tool? And what do the metrics mean?
Simply enter any Twitter X profile @handle (with or without the @) and hit the “Get Metrics” button. Our tool will then analyze that account’s latest posts and their profile and provide you with the following metrics:

  • Average Views per Post: The average number of views each of this account’s tweets posts get. The higher the better.

  • Median Views per Post: The amount of views the account gets on each post, with 50% of posts getting less than that and 50% getting more. It’s a better indicator of the reach performance of an account because it undermines the importance of extreme values (such as when a post does particularly well or poorly). The higher the better.

  • Average Engagements per Post: The average number of likes, replies and retweets reposts each of this account’s tweets posts get. The higher the better.

  • Median Engagement per Post: The amount of engagements the account gets on each post, with 50% of posts getting less than that and 50% getting more. A better reflection of how well an account is doing as it gives less importance to very high and low values.

  • Average Engagement Rate per Post (%): The sum of likes, replies and retweets reposts divided by the number of views on the accounts latest tweets posts. A good indicator of how well an account is creating engaging content for their audience.

  • Average Views / Follower Ratio (%): The average number of views per post divided by the amount of followers. Shows how well the account is performing compared to its audience size. The higher the better. A high ratio may be an indication of an account which will start growing fast, while a low ratio shows an account that may be stagnating.

  • Average Engagements / Follower Ratio (%): The average number of engagements per post divided by the amount of followers. The higher the better.
Are there any limitations to this tool?
Yes, there are a few limitations.

  1. We only take a look at tweets posts that were posted in the last 90 days, and limit ourselves to the last 100 tweets posts. This helps the tool remain free and fast.
  2. Views have only started to be publicly available in 2023, and are not available for tweets posts posted earlier. For some accounts that don’t post often, that might be an issue.
  3. The metrics only consider original posts by the account you mention. It will not consider replies and retweets reposts.
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