TweetWords simply queries your username through Twitter’s official APIs and creates a word cloud by analyzing your tweets. For this process, your Twitter account must be a public account. So your profile must be viewable by all people
Open the web browser to tweetword.com and type the Twitter account you want to analyze, for example “@tanerozelA” and press “enter”. With the results you will see how the word mosaic starts to form, this process can take a few minutes depending on the number of tweets the account generates.
At the end of the process, you can now see the result that all the most used words and the most used words in total in that Twitter account are listed by years. Depending on the account you are analyzing, you may see different numbers and years as a result. You can not only see the information, but also download the search results by clicking the year and pressing the download button, the images will be downloaded in png format.
The search results show a mosaic form with the most relevant words in different sizes and colors, with the more common words larger. Therefore, depending on the type of account you are analyzing, search results will differ greatly from one to the next. For example, if you analyze a technology account as we used, the words related to the technology sector come to the fore. Although the website is in English, it is not an obstacle to counting words because it can interpret the tweets regardless of the language in which they are written.