BirdSong Analytics is the world’s leading pay as you go social media analytics tool, used by agencies, publishers, researchers, journalists, legal firms, data analysts, SMEs, charities, large corporations, and individuals in 120 countries around the world.
You can use our Twitter Analytics to access, for any public account:
You can use this data to carry out your own analysis of the account's followers. We provide follower name, URL, Bio, no of followers, no of following, location, latest tweet and more.
Our reports include an export of the account's 3,200 most recent tweets for you to review. Run a report for any Twitter account to learn more about how & when they use this important social channel and what works for them.
Just buy the reports you need, when you need them. With BirdSong Twitter Analytics there are no monthly fees, no ongoing commitment and no restrictions on how many accounts you can analyse.
Run a report for any Twitter account to learn more about how & when they use this important social channel and what works for them.
With BirdSong Twitter Analytics, you can export tweets from any account. You don’t need to own the Twitter account, making it an ideal tool for downloading competitor’s tweets or archiving your own. BirdSong will help you export tweets to .CSV for use in Excel, Google Docs or any other package. All this comes as part of our Twitter Analytics.
Read on to find out more about our Tweet exports.
Exporting tweets with BirdSong Analytics is easy & effortless. With our Twitter Analytics, you can export the tweets of any public account. Follow our simple steps to start exporting tweets:
1. Search for your account in the box above
2. Select your account and run your report
3. Wait for your email with your completed report
4. Click on the link to export your chosen tweets
As part of our Twitter Analytics, each tweet export includes the following data:
Twitter has set the limit to 3,200 tweets for any account, so you will receive the profile’s last 3,200 tweets. If an account has not tweeted 3,200 times, then you will be able to receive all of that account’s tweets.
The period is defined by the volume and frequency of tweets from each account. If an account tweets 32 times per day, your export will be for 1,000 days. Accounts that tweet only once a day will have data for the past eight years!
You will simply be able to export the latest 3,200 tweets no matter what time frame they are from.
Until each report is run, we do not know the tweet duration. We, therefore, download the latest 3,200 tweets and allow you to filter date ranges within the export.
BirdSong provides tweet analytics as part of your report & export:
You can begin straight away by clicking here to start searching. Swiftly search for the account, run the analysis and export. You’ll also receive email confirmation when it is complete with a link to the download.