Twitter Society statistics - NGO

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Largest Audience

UNICEF

Total followers

6 018 077

American Red Cross

Total followers

4 230 745

AmnestyInternational

Total followers

3 416 383

Fastest-Growing NGO Profiles

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Twitter Profiles Stats

1
Followings
Followings 24 894
Followers
Followers 6 018 077
2
Followings 39 905
Followers 4 230 745
3
Followings 6 511
Followers 3 416 383
4
Followings 16 162
Followers 3 318 243
5
Followings 2 892
Followers 3 269 946
6
Followings 4 640
Followers 2 622 158
7
Followings 732
Followers 2 324 702
8
Followings 1 330
Followers 2 282 145
9
Followings 179
Followers 2 085 488
10
Followings 933
Followers 1 803 988

Glossary & Metrics Overview

  • Following

    The total number of Profiles followed from a specific Twitter Profile

  • Followers

    The total number of Followers of a specific Twitter Profile

  • Current Twitter statistics

    Here you can see the statistics of the top Society accounts sorted according to tag ngo for the year 2017. Take a look at the profiles that have the most ‘Followers’ on Twitter. Currently, the Top Twitter Gainer is UNICEF. If you would like to monitor a specific Twitter profile, please use our Twitter monitoring tool.

  • What is a Twitter Account?

    A Twitter account is a user profile on Twitter. Users can share their thoughts, photos, news, information, or ideas in 140 characters or less. These profiles are usually public - meaning that everyone has access to what users have Tweeted or Retweeted - but can be made private as well. Users can Follow your account (this means subscribing to your posts), and you can Follow other users as well. In your Tweets, you have the option of mentioning other users using the @ symbol. You can also use a hashtag (e.g. #Twitter, #Olympics, etc) to increase the likelihood that your tweet will be seen by other users who are searching that particular hashtag. Hashtags are used to generate trends and increase the virality of a topic. See More

  • What is Twitter Monitoring?

    Twitter monitoring is the use of Twitter analytics tools like Socialbakers Suite to monitor the platform both actively and passively. Passive Twitter monitoring can be paying attention to what people say to discover Twitter users’ preferences, hobbies, etc. Active Twitter monitoring is searching for links to specific brands, businesses, media, etc.

  • What is the Process of Twitter Monitoring?

    Twitter monitoring is used for analysis of your Twitter accounts and the competition. You can observe your growing number of Followers, gain valuable insights into current audience characteristics, and harness this data to identify new target audiences for Twitter campaigns. Moreover, you can view Followers’ statistics in an accommodating dashboard that compares demographics, trends and top interests based on user activity across the Twitter community. You can also filter the data according to different markets, or according to different demographic data. See More

  • Twitter Profiles Monitoring

    On this page you will find the currently monitored Twitter Accounts tagged as ngo. Note that we are listing all of the Twitter Accounts according to specific tags. If you didn’t find what you were looking for, try using our search on the left to find a specific one. If you would like to gain valuable insights of these Twitter Accounts or others, please use our Twitter monitoring tool. You can arrange the statistics according to the number of ‘Followers’, or according to the number of users they are ‘Following’. Use this information to better understand how your audience engages, assess your Twitter marketing strategies, and further optimize your Tweets. Find your key Followers, monitor engagement, the change of Followers and your Follower/Following ratio. Enhance your Twitter identity, increase engagement rates, and create insightful graphical reports using Socialbakers Suite. With these tools you can form the best possible Tweets and receive the largest return on investment. See More

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