LEEDS, England, June 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Tweetgraph - Remain or Leave is mapping the struggle between the two campaigns as the clock ticks toward the deadline of the EU Referendum vote, showing in real time which side is winning the battle for influence on Twitter.
Explore Tweetgraph: https://www.blueclaw.co.uk/tweetgraph/referendum2016/
Leave and Remain are frantically battling to sway uncertain voters ahead of Thursday's big decision. Twitter has become a battleground of bitter bile, claim and counterclaim as each side seeks to land a decisive blow.
- The number of Tweets related to terms used by each side in the previous 24 hours
- Identification of the most powerful influencers on both sides
- Real tweets from both sides highlighting the key topics under debate
Built by Leeds marketing agency Blueclaw, the tool works based on an identified range of popular terms used by both sides in the debate, tracking engagement and the power of influencers from the Remain and Leave camps.
As Blueclaw managing director Aidan Cook states:
"Making sense of the vastly different perspectives thrown up by the referendum campaign is difficult, and campaigners on both sides can find it challenging to step outside of their own bubbles to see what the 'other side' are saying.
Tweetgraph gives media commentators, campaigners and undecided voters a clearer picture of the specific concerns UK's Twitter users, and how they are engaging with the debate."
Which side is resonating most with Twitter users, and whose arguments are reaching furthest?
Launch Tweetgraph to find out! https://www.blueclaw.co.uk/tweetgraph/referendum2016/
Who made Tweetgraph?
Tweetgraph is built by Leeds SEO and digital marketing agency Blueclaw, using a variety of technologies.
Committed to data-driven digital marketing, we regularly and rapidly create tools like Tweetgraph for our clients, and use grounded research and insight to create campaigns of unambiguous value.
For media queries relating to data interpretation and trends from Tweetgraph - Remain or Leave, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)113-234-3300.