|08-17-2011, 07:31 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2011
There's no way to know how many views an individual tweet gets. The only thing you have to go on is your follower count. It's a good guess that only 25% of all your followers see one of your tweets at a time.
Your followers go online at different times, they have plenty of other people they're following, and few look through their entire Twitter feed. So when you tweet something new, the majority of the followers who'll see it will be those who are already online at that exact moment. A minority of your followers will see it later in the day when they log on. The others might never notice that tweet.
The reason why you don't always see all the "Replies to this tweet" is because it is not a priority; therefore, it only updates once every few hours. When you reply to a tweet, the person will definitely see this tweet under their Mentions. That part of their account is always up-to-date; it is the priority of Twitter, so to speak.
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