– Measure Your Twitter Popularity

TweetEffect.comTwitter lets you know immediately when someone stops following you. However, you do not know exactly why, and this new solution attempts to address this issue to a bigger or lesser extent.

You see, TweetEffect will enable you to see why people stop following you by examining your latest tweets and flagging the ones that redounded to people putting you on their blacklists. This analysis takes into account your last 200 tweets one by one.

Conversely, the site will let you realize why people started following you at the same time, as you can visualize the tweets that were the most popular from the ones you posted, and which translated into more followers. This way, you can figure out the way things shape out in the Twitterverse, how to conduct yourself, and what to restrain from.

For the time being, you can only access this information while online, as the Twitter API imposes some restrictions that mean the reports can not be saved. At any rate, the service is free to use and there is no registration process to be complied with, so that is not a problem at all. In Their Own Words

“Twitter is a great way to keep in contact, distribute news and generally tell people what you are up to. The success of Twitter users is generally measured in the amount of people that follow your updates. You get information on your Twitter profile as to how many people follow you and you get notified when someone follows you. However, there is no notification when someone stops following you and you generally don’t have any insight into when people follow or leave you. This is where the TweetEffect comes in – simply enter your twitter name and we analyze your 200 latest updates and flag those up that made people follow or leave you.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Any tool that helps twitterers have a better understanding of the way things click when tweeting has a ready public that will seize it up.

Some Questions About

What functionalities could be added? Which ones are sorely missing now?