It was once the preserve of Twitter’s blue-ticked celebrity users and big-spending advertisers.
Now everyone can see how many times each of their tweets have been seen, and how other users have interacted with them, thanks to Twitter’s analytics system.
Twitter announced the roll-out of its statistics service to all users last night – with front end engineer Ian Chan tweeting: “Absolutely thrilled to open up access to Twitter Analytics to EVERYONE.
“Check it out, and let us know what you think.”
The online dashboard details how many people have seen each tweet, as well as how many people clicked on it or interacted with it in some way.
The monthly data appears as a graph, showing which days your reach was high, and which ones fell flat.
A separate tab shows statistics surrounding followers.
The number of followers is plotted over a two-year period, along with their sex, location, and interests.
Twitter users can access the dashboard by clicking here.