Is It Possible to Tell Who Viewed Your Twitter Profile? (Updated – 2019)

Is It Possible to Tell Who Viewed Your Twitter Profile? (Updated – 2019)

It is natural to be curious about who viewed your social media accounts. Among social media networks like Instagram and Facebook, users are wondering who read their tweets and view their accounts.

In the Twitter world, if you do not get interactions including likes, RTs, you feel like that you are talking to ghosts. That’s why we call those platforms social media, and not journals you keep to yourself.

So, is it possible to see who viewed your Twitter profile? I am sorry to say that there is no way to tell. There are applications, promising to show you such information. But they are useless for the most part. However, there’s still a tool that allows its users to analyze their metrics. Let’s see how you can utilize that.

Find out Your Metrics with Twitter Analytics

So, there is a tool, Twitter Analytics, provided by the platform itself to find out whether or not your tweets are engaged by people and what your statistics are. It looks like this:

In order to get insights about your tweets, you need to log into this address and follow the guidelines: https://analytics.twitter.com/about

What Does Twitter Analytics Accomplish?

Twitter Analytics provides you general information about your account. When you click on Tweets, Audiences, Events, and More, you will get more information. You can see how many impressions you received for your tweets, and what you can do in order to optimize your status on Twitter.

  • On Tweets’ section, you will have the statics on how many impressions you get during the last 28 days.
  • If you want to see a longer period, you can click on “Last 28 Days” to change your calendar according to your wishes.

You can choose “Last 7 Days” or last month. Alternatively, you can select a date according to your preference. Also, you can export this data to show possible clients.

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When you scroll down, you can see more options like your Top Tweets and Tweets and find out how many impressions your tweets have acquired.

Check Your Audience

Let’s say that you want to have a general idea of your audience.

  • Click on “Audiences” on the top of the page to see this information
  • It appears that my audiences like “Dogs” very much.

Also, you can have an idea about your audiences’ preferences and their gender. Besides, you can see the location and region of your followers.

Apart from followers, if you want to see what Twitter users are talking about, you can click on “Event” to find that out.

For companies and brands, they can create campaigns from this section to reach their target audience. Age, demographics, location, gender, and a lot more filters are available for brands if they wish to divide their resources.

Twitter Analytics is a powerful tool to monitor your account and get clear insights about your profile. Still, you will not be able to tell who viewed your Twitter profile, but you will acquire much more information than you desire.

Conclusion

To sum up, we are kind of sad to say that it’s not possible to tell who viewed your profile or other restricted information like that. However, there is some good news too.

You can still see and analyze your metrics with the Twitter Analytics tool. That won’t tell you who interacted with you; nonetheless, it’s a good tool to have.

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I, Doğukan Batuhan Kurtçu, was born in 1997 at a metropolis of Turkey named Izmir. Computer literacy and social media networks were always attracting me. When I first got introduced to Facebook, I knew it was game-changing. Not just for me, but it was game-changing for human communication and so...

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