I took a run at Tweriod to see what the user on-line profile looked like for our GeekHealth Twitter followers. After authorizing Tweriod to access our Twitter account, the web site told me to wait for up to an hour for the results to be compiled. I was optimistic that it would take less than an hour, since we have a pretty small, fairly new following. I was wrong. It took over an hour for Tweriod to analyze the 1412 followers on our account, and compile a report.
Upon receiving the notification email, I logged back into Tweriod and pulled up the stats. It turns out that most of our followers are online between 6am and 5pm, and this is when we should send out tweets for the most impact.
That’s some meaningful insight! In a slightly more granular view, there were specific hours when we could have more impact. Apparently geeks only read tweets when they’re at their computers, working, not during their lunch break, or when they’re sneaking an afternoon snack.
There may be more value in the Premium version, but I can get excited over the free demo.