A detailed page for analytics showing the progress of tweets overtime, others interaction with those tweets, how you're tweets from this month compare to last month, followers, etc. There are analytics for each tweet but we don't get to see how those tweets compare overtime.
That’s a wonderful suggestion. I believe making the analytics more actionable and powerful can really help to make sharing a lot smarter
We aren’t quite focused on this right now. So one thing you might want to try is checking out bit.ly Pro (it’s free). You can then connect your bit.ly account to Buffer very easily from http://bufferapp.com/settings and every one of your links will show you some fantastic insights about the performance.
Hope that is useful, give me a shout anytime here or on Twitter @bufferapp! :)
Ryan Donnell commented
Maybe an easier edit would be suggestions to adjust scheduled times based on responses? Analytics are nice but to offer them for free might be expensive for Buffer, so this slight change to adjust times might work out well for users and Buffer.
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Bapoc Sarker commented
I am fully aware that a position like this is time to put together and also research. I just wanted to let you know that your efforts are appreciated. Keep up the good work and I hope others will follow your example and after such useful information and free for all of us to use.
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I couldn't agree more. for paying subscribers (like me) it should be possible to get more data/reports out of this. comparing weeks. comparing same timeslots over time. rankings of most clicked, liked, ... but also which LinkedIn group performs better than others. etc.
Peter Daly-Dickson commented
Great advice Leo.
Stupid question of the day... I setup and connected a bit.ly account yesterday. Do I also have to set 'Link Shortening' to bit.ly?
Thanks for your help.
Just to add my own insight to this, I arrived here looking to see if anyone had suggested displaying the potential over time. Aggregating weekly views over time might be nice to see what your total "reach" potential for the week was, and to see that in a spline chart over time would be fantastic.
David Mytton commented
Would also be useful to see average % of followers who retweet, favourite, etc. Helps gauge engagement.
Andy Giefer commented
Ability to sort tweets by date, most clicked, most RT'd would be great.
Yes - I'd like to see top tweets over time (most clicks/RTs) and ideally an analysis of content themes and follower segments that engage with them
Without a doubt having a little bit more information on say who RT'd a particular tweet would be wonderful.
Agreed. This would be a feature I would subscribe for, unlike the additional user ID or bit.ly extension.