Experience the fastest way to calculate your total replies, retweets, favourites and engagement rate on any Twitter channel.
★ NEW VERSION - JUNE 2017 ★ Twitgage is a free social crawler tool that allows you to easily keep track of your total number of engagements, including replies, retweets, and favourites from any given date and calculate your total engagement rate. Adding Twitgage to Chrome means you will no longer have to spend countless hours adding up your engagements, as Twitgage will do this for you in usually less than a minute - with one simple click. Want to keep track of your business' social metrics? No sweat. Want to see how your personal profile is doing? You can do that too. Want to see how your competitors are performing? Twitgage has got you covered, and they won't even know you were there. ★ Metric Calculator Twitgage uses a scraper tool to scan through the desired profile's tweets (excluding any retweets) in the date range you choose and calculates all engagements - in less than the time it takes to make a cup of coffee. ★ Engagement Rate Calculator Twitgage will fetch the number of a profile's total followers and using a smart calculator algorithm, will calculate the percentage of users that are engaging with their tweets in the date range you provided. ★ How It Works ★ ➤ Navigate to (any) Twitter profile ➤ Click the Twitgage icon in the top corner of your browser ➤ Select the desired date you want to start the scan from ➤ Give Twitgage a minute or two while it does it's magic ➤ Notification card presents all statistics
- (2018-04-07) Teagan C.: Ran calculator on same page for same period of time multiple times and got vastly different results each time.
- (2017-08-30) Quantum Flux: Words good! Wish it could tell me how the percentage is performed and the result stays on the screen for as long as needed.
- (2017-08-30, v:0.1) Quantum Flux: Calculation question
Hey team! Thank you so much for the extension! Just a quick question. Can you please tell me how the response percentage (engagement percentage) calculation is performed? I am guessing it adds up the likes, comments and re-tweets and divides it by some number (number of posts). That would be great, thank you!