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Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas

Social Media Analysis for SAP Inside Track Istanbul #SITIST

Yesterday was also SAP Inside Track Istanbul.  From all indications, it was a successful event.  Below is an analysis of Twitter activity:


Most of the tweets were in English, with Turkish coming in second, as the event was held in Turkey.


Top tweeters were Abdulbasit Gulsen who helped organize the event.  He is a veteran organizer, having organized this event for several years.  Congratulations to him and the team.

The Lumira reference line shows an average of 23.3 tweets


The top timezone, as expected, was Istanbul

London is the timezone for the SAP Inside Track twitter account, with Pacific being the timezone for the SAP Mentors account


The outlier, as usual, is the SAP Mentors twitter account with almost 29K followers


Because the event was yesterday, most of the tweets were from yesterday


Once again, most of the tweets came from the iPhone


The above was a suggested analysis from Lumira, showing top followers by screen name and description.  Originally it was a column chart but I thought it was easier to read as a table.

Text Analysis


Some rudimentary text analysis is shown above.


It’s no surprise that the hashtag is the top social media topic, followed by IoT, HCI, and HCP.


This is a tag cloud of the twitter ID’s

Looking for more engagement in 2016.

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      Author's profile photo Abdulbasit Gulsen
      Abdulbasit Gulsen

      Thanks Tammy, very nice analysis.

      Author's profile photo Tahir Öz
      Tahir Öz

      Gratefull work, thank you Tammy

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      great guy, proud all of friends

      Author's profile photo Huseyin Dereli
      Huseyin Dereli

      Thanks Tammy. It's good to take a look at some information after the event 🙂

      Author's profile photo Thomas Nielsen
      Thomas Nielsen

      Nice post Tammy Powlas, I was just wondering. Are you using Alper Derici's extension A Lumira Extension To Acquire Twitter Data!!!?

      Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas
      Tammy Powlas
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Thomas - thank you for reading/commenting.  No I am not using an extension but downloading the tweets to Excel for reporting...nothing fancy.