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Due to Twitter API changes outside our control, we are sad to say (and like many other Twitter tools facing the same fate) Social Bearing is no longer operational. Annoucement here.

Who is Social Bearing designed for?

12 December, 2014 by Tom

When I created Social Bearing, I didn’t really have any particular types of user in mind. I wanted to create an open search and statistics tool for anyone looking for interesting tweets, people to follow, tweet statistics or sentiment around any subject.

I hope different people will find certain aspects of Social Bearing useful. Some common uses could include:

  1. Analysing Twitter mentions of your brand or business
  2. Finding top tweets about your website or article
  3. Following hashtags, trends or Twitter conversations
  4. Viewing most engaging tweets that contain pictures or links
  5. Discovering interesting facts and gaining insights into your friends and followers
  6. Finding interesting people to follow
  7. Finding followers to un-follow
  8. Analysing your home timeline or any user’s timeline
  9. Finding geolocated tweets


One Comment

  • Colin Lasu says:

    As someone interested in sentiments on twitter, I would have loved an inclusion of themes analysis and network analysis. Maybe these can be included in the next upgrades. But this is so ingeniously simple and by the simple fact that it’s web-based social media analytics platform, makes Social Bearing a great platform for graduate students of small businesses.

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