My tweetcloud – and I’m quite happy with it


I used fun Twitter tool, tweetcloud, to create a visual representation of my oft-used words in tweets, and I’m pleased to see I appear to show a lot of gratitude (and laugh a fair amount too)!

The tool needs access to your account, and then tracks the frequency of phrases and words you use over a time period of your choice. I chose a month’s worth of tweets.

I think my tweetcloud indicates I am quite inclusive (cheers, thanks, free, trying, useful, following, feel), write about where I work (Victoria), and about what I do (media, charity).

Try it out – what do your tweets say about you? Are there words you could / should be using more (or less)? How are you engaging with your community? My mum will be pleased there is an absence of swearwords too 🙂

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