Tool of the week: TwentyFeet
What is it and how is it of use to journalists? TwentyFeet is an analytics platform allowing you to use one site to keep track of your web page impressions, retweets, Facebook likes, YouTube plays and bit.ly shares.
It doesn’t give you stats that you can’t get elsewhere but they are presented in easy-to-read graphs and charts and allow you to see your metrics all in one place.
Sign up and authenticate your Google Analytics, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, MySpace and bitl.y accounts and TwentyFeet will start gathering your data.
There are various pricing options but there is a free trial and you can track some accounts for free forever.
Tags: analytics, google analytics, online traffic, social media, tools, twenty feet, Web site traffic
- YouTube founders buy Twitter and Facebook analytics client
- VentureBeat: Twitter launching commercial accounts
- Poynter: How to set up Newsbeat, real-time analytics tool for news sites
- Tool of the week for journalists – Greplin, to search your private files and profiles
- Boulder Daily Camera: US judge allows bloggers and Twitter in court