Sometimes, I receive questions from users wondering why a specific tweet mentioning their username is not appearing on their Twitoaster page. Most of the time, it’s because the tweet is neither a reply (in reply to a given a tweet) nor a retweet (reusing a given tweet) but a simple mention (a tweet where [...]
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How many twitterers are reading your tweets?
Well… You obviously get an idea if you take a look on your number of followers. But when a tweet is retweeted by someone, this “someones’s followers” are also receiving – and probably reading – your tweet as well.
This is what I call 2nd level Followers: the number [...]
As announced a few days ago, real time threading and retweets (RT) support is now active for all Twitoaster users!
Real time threading means no more “sync” delays. If you tweet, reply or retweet something from Twitter or any other Twitter application, you’ll see it a few seconds later, threaded on Twitoaster.
For Retweets, they are [...]
Well.. I’ll tell you: Twitoaster is going to be improved with three major features and technical changes!
Servers changes: Twitoaster is about to move to new and more powerful machines. This new system will be “connected” to Twitter though their Streaming API (aka Firehose), bringing the features listed below.
Real Time Threading: This means no more [...]