Over the past few weeks we’ve built a ton of new features at SocialRank. We’ll be highlighting them in separate blog posts over the coming weeks. Today we want to show off the new feature that pulls in “context” for Most Engaged and Best Follower sorting options on Twitter.
We frequently receive questions at SocialRank about the algorithmic sorting options: Most Valuable, Most Engaged, and Best Follower. While there are definitions in our FAQ – we thought we could take Most Engaged and Best Follower to the next level by pulling in the content that your followers engaged with (thus, giving you context).
Here is what is looks like for Most Engaged and Best Follower.
When you look at “Recent Engagement” you’ll see the number of times that follow Retweeted, Mentioned, or Replied to you in the last 14 days.
Once you click “Show Engagement Tweets” the content will drop down.
You can scroll through it to see the context.
And that’s it. Now you don’t need to go out of SocialRank to figure out why someone is considered an engaged follower and what they engaged with.
As always, hit us up at [email protected] if you have any questions, comments, requests, jokes, concerns – we want to hear it all!