Twitter took your share counts away. We give them back. And it's Free.
You will be asked to give read-only access to your Twitter account.
And thousands of other great companies and website owners.
“Check out NewShareCounts – Simple way to get Twitter share counts back – works with common plugins” https://t.co/lYmbuFvZl8— John Jantsch (@ducttape) December 27, 2015
Here is why NewShareCounts is better than other services:
Twitter only shows 7 days of history, so all share counting services can see shares that happened no more than a week before you start tracking your website.
We collected enormous number of share counts before Twitter shut them down. Chances are very high that we have share counts for most of your pages.
To track more websites you have to create new Twitter accounts. Not too convenient.
Just add more websites to your account and we track them all. Track all websites you own and even your competitors.
The bigger website you have, the slower they get at detecting new shares. The older your page, the slower new shares are counted.
No matter how big your website is, or how old your content is, we detect new shares within 1 minute on average. We only get slower if you track many websites.
Showing share counts on standard Twitter buttons requires you to be a developer. And no solution is provided for share buttons plugins like AddThis, ShareAholic or SumoMe.
You can fix standard Twitter buttons, ShareAholic, SumoMe, AddThis share buttons, and many WordPress plugins. Setup is super easy and requires no coding.
We only have free access to 7 days of Twitter history from the day you add website to tracking.
Shares that happened before might not be counted.
Further shares are counted properly.
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