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Let's say I (100 followers) tweet X. Users A (500 followers), B (300 followers, including 100 that overlap with A) and C (1000 followers, of which 800 are unique) retweet it.

Is there a service that will report the total "exposure" of the tweet - all the people who have seen it? In this case, 100 + 500 + 200 + 800 = 1600.

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You can have a look at TweetReach which looks like it provides the analytics you are after.

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Perfect, thanks. – Steve Bennett Jul 26 '12 at 5:37

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