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This question was answered on 7th of February 2012, 05:10 AM

Stats result in graph with a constant slope (inaccurate)

Posted by evan trowbridge — 2nd of February 2012, 17:57 PM

I have been trying to use Twitter Counter on and off for the last 3 months. Every time I check the stats of my account (@geofunders ) the graph reflects correct current numbers, but it averages out our follower growth into one straight line with a constant slope. (i.e. it shows me gaining six followers every day for two months, rather than 25 one day and 2 on another). Is there any way I can fix this? Thanks.

evan trowbridge

Posted on 2nd of February 2012, 17:58 PM

I should mention that this comment is left under my personal account (@edtrowbridge, which works fine) but is in regard to my work account ( @geofunders )

White Road Promo

Posted on 7th of February 2012, 01:19 AM

Having the same problem with my account as well.

Mike van Rossum

Posted on 7th of February 2012, 05:10 AM

Here at Twitter Counter we track over 21 million Twitter accounts, as you can imagine this requires a lot of resources. To keep everything to a minimum we only track 'normal' account once a day (or sometimes a little less), if we miss a couple of days of data we try to calculate it as accurate as possible. Premium accounts will get tracked a couple of times a day, so they are a lot more accurate.

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