Have you ever failed a test because you either didn’t study or waited until the last before cracking open a book? Do you feel “singled out” when comparing scores with others in a public environment? If so, not to worry … academia can be left in the locker room because this test is open book and graded on a curve.
Today’s posting will take our readers through using Twitter Grader to compare their Twitter profile to over 7 million others whom have already used the service.
As mentioned earlier, there is no real preparation for this test besides firing up your internet browser and bringing up TwitterGrader.com. Once you’ve arrived, go ahead and enter your Twitter username as we have below with ours:
After pressing the “Grade” button, Twitter Grader will be off to the races to provide information including an Account Summary, Tweet Cloud, Tips and Suggestions as well as a Quick Follower Check. Before diving in, make sure to check your overall Grade and Rank. Beneath that, a quick summary …
The Account Summary contains general information about the Twitter account being graded, including the Full Name, Bio, Location, Website, Listed Count and Followers/Following; all of which is however already available on Twitter, but neatly organized here in one location.
Extra information and features however, such as Follower History, Tweeting Since, Who else? and “tweet it!“/”tweet this” buttons give the section a competitive edge right off the bat.
It is what it states and it states what it is. The Quick Follower Check allows our readers to enter a Twitter username and quickly determine if the account is following the account being graded. They also recommend following @grader on Twitter for additional features. Hmmm … wonder what they could be? Have a follow and find out!
Next up, or down rather, is the Tweet Cloud. The Tweet Cloud should seem familiar to many of our readers, as similar “clouds” have been popularized in the blogging community and on sites like Amazon.com. Here are some for the @AudioAcrobat Twitter account during the time of this posting:
Tag cloud Shmag cloud. What if I need a little help from my friends at Twitter Grader with getting my Twitter account up to speed?
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, Exhibit A:
While there may be plenty of other free Twitter tools out there, Twitter Grader proves that it can stand on its own two feet while providing high quality services at little to no cost to the consumer. We’re officially impressed.
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Coming up next … a quick recap of BlogWorld 2010!