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Twitter Stats for #neshco2013 Spring Conference

Screen Shot 2013-05-21 at 6.36.21 PMHaving just attended the spring conference of the New England Society for Healthcare Communications, I thought I’d run a Tweet Binder report to get some Twitter analytics for the conference. This is analysis of Tweets sent using the #neshco2013 hashtag between the dates of 5-19-13 and 5-21-13. What I found was interesting. There were a total of 489 Tweets. 51% were text tweets, and roughly 38% were Retweets. See chart below for more detail. A total of 65 different people Tweeted, with an average of 1,144 followers each. The projection for the total impact of the Tweets collectively is 621,363. That is a lot of potential impressions. I’ve also supplied data from Tweet Binder (below) that shows the top contributors and the estimated number of impacts generated by contributor. It’s always interesting me to look at who was doing the Tweeting at any given conference. My hope is that people following along on Twitter will appreciate having the content shared, and may develop an interest in the conference. Who knows, they may decide to attend in person next year because of the engagement they witnessed online.

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If you’d like to access Twitter Statistics and Rankings of #neshco2013 on your own, go to http://twtb.in/D7Gl7k6bf9N via @TweetBinder.

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