Twitter has just released it's analytics data to all Twitter users.  The data was once only available to users who used Twitter advertising services.  Now any users can see their data for free.  Here's how you can find your Twitter analytic data.

1. Go to (Note: you will have to disable any ad blocking plugins you may have) and log into Twitter if you haven't already.  Once logged in you'll probably see a screen like this if you haven't used Twitter's ad services before.


2. Click on the analytics option on the top menu. Here you have the option of seeing your timeline data or your followers data. 


3. Click timeline activity and see how your tweets have been doing.  You can see your favorites, retweets and replies.  You are also given the options to download your data.


Finding your analytic data on Twitter is easy. Will you be using this option as a replacement for other analytics programs? Or will it be a compliment to them, perhaps as a double check for accuracy? Share your thoughts in the comments.