Hello! Today we did a very comprehensive analysis of Girls’ Generation’s Twitter activity. So let’s do it. First, the primary metrics: as of 2020-01-16, Girls’ Generation (@GirlsGeneration) has 3542473 Twitter followers, is following 4 people, has tweeted 1898 times, has liked 8 tweets, has uploaded 943 photos and videos and has been on Twitter since October 2011.
Going from the top of the page to the bottom, their latest tweet, at the time of writing, has 28 replies, 655 retweets and 1,130 likes, their second latest tweet has 3 replies, 569 reweets and 1,145 likes, their third latest tweet has 22 replies, 1,122 retweets and 1,683 likes, their fourth latest tweet has 14 replies, 1,591 retweets and 4,076 likes and their fifth latest tweet has 73 replies, 4,446 retweets and 10,796 likes. But we won’t bore you going through all these numbers 🙂
Going through Girls’ Generation’s last couple-dozen tweets (including retweets, BTW), the one we consider the most popular, having caused a very respectable 301 direct replies at the time of writing, is this:
That seems to have caused quite a bit of discussion, having also had 16332 retweets and 28553 likes.
And what about Girls’ Generation’s least popular tweet in the recent past (including any retweets)? We have concluded that it’s this one:
That only had 3 direct replies, 569 retweets and 1145 likes.
We did a huge amount of of digging into Girls’ Generation’s Twitter activity, looking through what people keep saying in response to them, their likes/retweet numbers compared to the past, the amount of positive/negative responses and more. We won’t bore you with the details, so our conclusion is this: we believe the online sentiment for Girls’ Generation on Twitter right now is just fine.
That’s it for now. Thanks for visiting, and drop a comment if you disagree or agree with me. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind.
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