Bonjour! Today we did a very comprehensive analysis of Ryan Seacrest’s Twitter activity. Let’s jump right into it. The main metrics are as follows – as of 2019-10-01, Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) has 15916327 Twitter followers, is following 564 people, has tweeted 16335 times, has liked 853 tweets, has uploaded 3286 photos and videos and has been on Twitter since September 2008.
Going from top to bottom, their latest tweet, at the time of writing, has 16 replies, 15 retweets and 83 likes, their second latest tweet has 14 replies, 20 reweets and 433 likes, their third latest tweet has 17 replies, 22 retweets and 207 likes, their fourth latest tweet has 11 replies, 49 retweets and 722 likes and their fifth latest tweet has 10 replies, 21 retweets and 178 likes. (We could keep going, but we think you get the idea… 😛)
Going through Ryan Seacrest’s last couple-dozen tweets (plus retweets), the one we consider the most popular, having let to a very nice 18 direct replies at the time of writing, is this:
That really seems to have caused quite a bit of interest, having also had 12 retweets and 30 likes.
What about Ryan Seacrest’s least popular tweet in the recent past (again, including retweets)? We have concluded that it’s this one:
That only had 2 direct replies, 26 retweets and 70 likes.
We did a ton of research into Ryan Seacrest’s Twitter activity, looking through what people were saying in response to them, their likes/retweet numbers compared to the past, the amount of positive/negative responses and so on. We won’t bore you with the details, so our conclusion is this: we say the online sentiment for Ryan Seacrest on Twitter right now is perfectly fine.
We’ll leave it there for today. Thanks for visiting, and drop a comment if you agree or disagree with me. However, we won’t publish anything overly rude.
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