If you are quite popular on Twitter and have created your account for some time, you probably have a substantial number followers (subscribers). But where are your
subscribers from? If you are curious about their geographical distribution, a very simple application can provide this information: TweepsMap
- Out of curiosity, or to better target your activities on Twitter, it may be useful to know how subscribers are geographically distributed. The TweepsMap application can within seconds give you the location of your followers on Google Maps and see their distribution by country. All data can be expressed in percentages.
- It is also possible to transform the results into a detailed list.
Published by deri58
Latest update on August 5, 2012 at 03:59 AM by deri58.