Can you see who views your Twitter account?
Are you curious about who is looking through your Twitter profile?
Do you want to find out who is secretly watching your tweets on Twitter?
Do you want to know how to identify your Twitter followers?
All Right! All Right! This is actually what we are going to discuss today, so keep going with us to the end of this article.
So let’s begin………
Nowadays, everyone uses various social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc., for a variety of purposes, including entertainment, business, and keeping up with current events. People are now more concerned about the privacy of their social profiles as a result of the increased use of these applications, though the reasons for this concern can occasionally vary. They are curious about who is looking at their profiles. And once more, there could be a variety of reasons for this, such as the desire to learn the viewer’s name in order to determine the region from which their audience is coming if they are businesspeople seeking to market their enterprises online, or the simple desire to learn more about their viewers in order to determine the demographics of their followers. So the reason can be any and for different social media accounts the scenario can be different, and here we are going to talk about Twitter.
So our main question is can we see who our viewers are on Twitter, and to make it clear, we will discuss some points first.
And if you go for a single-word answer to your question, ‘’Can I see who views my Twitter account?’’ The answer will be absolutely not. You can not actually get the profile of your viewers, even it is impossible to determine who has interacted with your profile and tweets. But don’t worry still there are ways, through which you can keep an eye on the engagement and activities that are taking place on your Twitter accounts. As we have discussed the reasons, why do people try to get information about their viewers, but still there can be many more reasons, let’s have a look at them first.
Why do People want to know who views their Twitter profile? And who is viewing their tweets?
Well, when we talk about the reasons, here comes various reasons, including
- People want to know whether or not their ex-lover or ex-friend has visited their Twitter account to see if they miss them.
- People also want to know about their opposition members or competitors, whether they are keeping an eye on them by following their tweets.
- In order to learn more about their audience and to take advantage of future opportunities, business owners also want to know the profiles of their customers.
Hence these are the reasons, let’s now move towards the benefits of knowing about your Twitter viewers.
What are the benefits of knowing who is visiting your Twitter account?
It’s a good idea to be aware of who frequently visits your Twitter profile to prevent trolling. They won’t be able to find out about your activities on this social network or others if you do this. Let’s first comprehend to make it more straightforward. You reduce your chance of being chased down when you are aware of daily Twitter profile visitors. In other words, you will stop people from keeping a check on you or snooping on you through social media and discovering all of your activities and preferences.
Additionally, you will be able to learn which businesses are most interested in your profile. With the help of this knowledge, you will be able to spark a conversation to preserve existing relationships. Knowing who views your profile will also help you determine what topics they are most interested in when they visit your Twitter account. As a result, you will be able to enhance some aspects of your profile, which will boost its performance.
So let’s now move towards the Process through which you can check your engagements;
Here Focus on the term ‘’ Engagements’’ which means you can keep an eye on the activities in your profile but you can never actually get the information about your viewers. In fact, despite the claims made by the applications that claim to be able to tell us, it is impossible to know who is viewing our Twitter profile. Twitter does not provide a feature that lets us see who is visiting our profile, unlike LinkedIn, and the only way we can be certain that someone has seen our tweets is if they reply to them.
Although we are unable to see who visits our Twitter profile, we can still see a variety of interactions, like when someone comments on our tweets or retweet them, etc, we can get his profile info. Additionally, we can see who follows us, makes reference to us in another post, etc.
So, Now it has become completely clear that we can not actually see who is viewing our Twitter profile but to keep an eye on engagements, Twitter has offered us with a feature that is called ‘’ Twitter Analytics’’
So let’s understand how its works
‘’Twitter Analytics’’ Well it is an important feature of Twitter through which you can check your daily, weekly, and even monthly insights on your Twitter profile. It provides you with a general overview of your Twitter Profile including information about your tweets, likes and comments on your tweets, and retweets, etc. In this way, you will get information about all the activities on your profile.
This feature will not provide you with the exact information of the profiles who are viewing your profile but still you can get certain information about them like you can whether your most followers are from which gender, area, locality, status, and also by clicking on the events you can know about their interested areas. In this way, you can get a lot of information about your viewers. And also you can know about different brands and products using this feature.
And when we talk images and videos, this feature does not provide the option to see who has viewed your images and videos, until unless he does an action on them i.e. Like or comment, etc.
And now the question is how you can activate Twitter Analytics and use it.
How to use Twitter Analytics?
For using Twitter Analytics, all you have to do is follow these simple steps;
- Open your Twitter app and log in to your Profile.
- After that, look at the left corner of your screen and click on the ‘’more option’’.
- So the feature ‘’Analytics’’ will appear on your screen.
- And there will be the option of ‘’Turn Analytic on’’ click on that to activate it.
- And here the page will appear in which you can see the number of people who view your profile, daily engagements, and so on.
So that’s all about the information about the visitors to your Twitter account.
Do third-party applications provide you the option to view your viewers on your Twitter Profile? Can we trust them?
Now the question arises about the third-party applications and tools that are claiming to provide you with information about your Twitter profile viewers. Is their claim is true? Are these safe to use? Let’s discuss about them too, to make you more clear.
Well! If we see the facts and talk in the light of statistics, then we come to know that these applications are nothing but a stress. They will definitely not provide you with what you are looking for, but there are chances they will come will serious threats to your profile privacy and also to your device, because most of these apps are just spam, and they work on the motive to get money from you by blackmailing or hacking your data. So their core interest will be in their benefits, not yours.
And if you are sensible enough, then you can check twitter’s community guidelines and privacy terms, then you will come to know how much secure and rigid its guidelines are, and if a feature it itself is not providing then no one else is smart enough to challenge their whole privacy. So better to be sensible to avoid any mishap.
Since we have given you all the information you need in this regard, you will never know who is viewing your Twitter profile unless that person takes some action, such as leaving a comment or sending a tweet. Twitter Analytics is the only tool that can give you a general idea of your target market. Furthermore, keep in mind that any applications from third parties that claim to be helpful in this regard are fake and a serious threat to your privacy.