Life on Twitter analyzes your last 1,000 tweets to show you your most mentioned contacts, your followers-following ratio, which days of the week you’re most chatty, as well as your most popular posts.
“This event was off the charts”
Gary Vaynerchuk was so impressed with TNW Conference 2016 he paused mid-talk to applaud us.
The app only takes a few seconds to go through your tweets and then displays your stats on a page that you can share with others.
It’s similar to tools like ThinkUp, but isn’t really meant for deep Twitter activity analysis and doesn’t cost anything to use.
Here’s mine; turns out I’m not big on emoji and people enjoy thinking up pornstar names.
This 'porn name' formula (name of your 1st pet + your street) = smart way to figure out people's security questions https://t.co/tE0UWhLSNI
— Abhimanyu Ghoshal (@aghoshal) June 16, 2015