When I joined Twitter last year, I said I wouldn’t be able to work anymore on Twitoaster, but the whole service would keep running. Since then, it’s been quite amazing (and unexpected, I have to say) to see pure organic growth more than doubling the traffic!
I’m really happy to see this project has been useful [...]
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I know you’re a lot to like the hot conversations showcased on Twitoaster front page. But I also know you’re a lot to miss some of these popular conversations, because you don’t necessarily visit Twitoaster every day.
So, I just released a new little feature showcasing the 100 most replied (and/or retweeted) tweets of the [...]
It’s been a year or so since the « Twitoaster project » has started. Thanks to your suggestions and your support, the « little threading tool » has turned into a much richer experience.
Analytics charts, statistics and rankings, Embeddable Widgets, a Conversational search engine… But also an Open API, which gave birth to a [...]
So far, only Twitter conversations were displayed on your Twitoaster profile pages, so Tweets that didn’t receive any reply (or retweet) where hidden.
If it’s a great way to visualize which tweets are attracting attention, some users have recently expressed interest in having their whole timeline displayed on Twitoaster (including “orphan” tweets that didn’t receive [...]
A new Twiter widget displaying your most recent Twitter conversations is now available on all Twitoaster Profile pages.
This Twitter Widget brings most of Twitoaster features to your website: conversations threading, statistics… And it allows your visitors to reply/tweet directly from it, without leaving your website (clicking on the little arrows in black).
Take a [...]
You can now embed a Twitter conversation on your blog or your website (just like you do for a YouTube video) through our Twitter Conversation Widget.
On all conversations – tracked in real time on Twitoaster – you’ll find a new purple button called “Embed Conversation”. Simply define the size of the widget and copy/paste [...]
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 [...]
As promised, the geolocation & countries features have just been released, and are now available on Twitoaster (note the API will reflect these changes very soon).
How does it work? – Twitoaster converts your Twitter “location” field into geographic coordinates (latitude / longitude). Then, it uses these coordinates to get your country.
What does it bring? [...]