Engagement on Twitter consists of more than just replies, retweets, and likes. Clicks on the image or other media you post, clicks to expand the full tweet, clicks of the link, and clicks on your profile all contribute as well. Of those 158 engagements, only 12 were retweets, 29 were likes, and zero were replies.
Do Twitter engagements include yourself?
No bonus engagement, no interaction of any kind, but an added impression across the board. Fortunately, Twitter doesn’t count your own impressions on your own tweets. You can’t hammer the F5 key to refresh your browser on your own profile to boost your stats. Also, you should not conflate impressions and reach.
What counts as a Twitter engagement?
Engagements represent the number of times that a given Tweet was engaged upon by a viewer in both an organic and promoted context. Engagements include, but are not limited to, Retweets, Favorites, Replies, URL Clicks, Hashtag Clicks, Mention Clicks, and Media Views.
How do you know who engaged your tweet?
To access your Tweet activity: On a desktop or laptop computer, visit analytics.twitter.com and click on Tweets. In the Twitter app for iOS or Android, tap the analytics icon visible in your Tweets.
Does Twitter count your own views 2021?
Fortunately, Twitter doesn’t count your own impressions on your own tweets. You can’t hammer the F5 key to refresh your browser on your own profile to boost your stats. Also, you should not conflate impressions and reach. Impressions are the number of views a tweet receives; reach is the number of people who see it.
How can I know who visited my Twitter profile?
Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets; there’s no Twitter search for that kind of thing. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter page or posts is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite, or a retweet.
Who sees my tweets if I have no followers?
Your protected Tweets will only be searchable on Twitter by you and your followers. Replies you send to an account that isn’t following you will not be seen by that account (because only your followers will see your Tweets).
Do retweets count as tweets?
If the retweet of B has any comment, it will be considered as a brand new tweet; and the retweet of that “retweet” with comment will NOT be counted toward the retweet of person A. IF the retweet by person B has not comment, then the retweet of that is still a retwee of the original tweet of person A.
Can your followers see what you like on Twitter?
But your Likes are not private. Anyone who wants to can scroll through everything you’ve ever liked, and Twitter can decide to point them out to your followers. Let’s go over what happens when you Like a tweet. Everyone mentioned in a tweet will also see a notification.