Hello! Today we did a serious analysis of Mark Cuban’s Twitter activity. Let’s get started. The main metrics are as follows – as of 2020-02-14, Mark Cuban (@mcuban) has 7766510 Twitter followers, is following 1582 people, has tweeted 2326 times, has liked 2037 tweets, has uploaded 144 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 2 replies, 7 retweets and 25 likes, their second latest tweet has 1,176 replies, 29,301 reweets and 132,334 likes, their third latest tweet has 6 replies, 9 retweets and 119 likes, their fourth latest tweet has 32 replies, 240 retweets and 1,106 likes and their fifth latest tweet has 18 replies, 23 retweets and 189 likes. But that’s enough numbers for now 🙂
Going through Mark Cuban’s last couple-dozen tweets (and retweets), the one we consider the most popular, having caused a whopping 1176 direct replies at the time of writing, is this:
That looks to have caused quite a bit of interest, having also had 29301 retweets and 132334 likes.
Now what about Mark Cuban’s least popular tweet as of late (including stuff they retweeted)? We have concluded that it’s this one:
That only had 0 direct replies, 5 retweets and 20 likes.
We did a huge amount of of digging into Mark Cuban’s Twitter activity, looking through what people were saying in response to them, their likes/retweet numbers compared to what they were before, the amount of positive/negative responses and so on. We won’t drone on and on about the numbers, so our conclusion is this: we say the online sentiment for Mark Cuban on Twitter right now is just fine – no major issues.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading, and drop a comment if you disagree with me. Just don’t write anything too mean.
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