KATY PERRY’s Twitter Breakdown
We dug into the tweets and habits of the extremely popular Kate Perry (@katyperry) by analyzing the data looking for trends and insights. In total we examined the last 1000 tweets between February 4, 2018 and April 15, 2019. All times in this article are in Pacific Daylight Time.
The account dates all the way back to February 2009.
Most Liked and most retweeted Tweet
This what I meant https://t.co/68ptvsporn— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) March 18, 2019
katyperry’s top day to tweet is Sunday and the most active hour is 8 p.m. For the period we examined, the busiest date was March 25, 2019, with a total of 46 tweets.
Analyzing all 1000 tweets, Kate Perry tweeted on average every 10 hours, impressive by any measure. Saturday saw five percent or less of the action.
Looking back 30 days from the most recent tweet (sent Apr 15), we have generated this chart showing KATY PERRY recent tweet frequency.
This re-tweet by Kate Perry was the most popular of all the retweets
We are grieving with Parkland. But we are not powerless. Caring for our kids is our first job. And until we can honestly say that we're doing enough to keep them safe from harm, including long overdue, common-sense gun safety laws that most Americans want, then we have to change.— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 15, 2018
Let’s Play Tag
Top tags used by @katyperry were #AMERICANIDOL (used 514 times), #CozyLittleChristmas (used 15 times) and #AmericanIdolFinale which was detected 14 times.
Be a leader, not a follower
Kate Perry follows 215 other users. KATY PERRY has an incredible amount of followers (107,173,813 and counting). The most retweeted user was @BarackObama (2 times).
Our Rather Unscientific Conclusions
This is where we surrender to speculation about KATY PERRY. Because, why not.
- Both weekdays and weekends are tweet days, Kate Perry is an equal opportunity tweeter.
- If we assume each tweet takes thirty seconds to type and send on average, then we can deternine the time spent tweeting over a one-month period is 34 minutes (30 seconds times 30 days times 2.30 tweets per day). If we furthermore assume that before the actual tweet takes place, two minutes of thought are spent in thoughtful contemplation about how to phrase it and possibly finding an image, then the total amount of time spent tweetingper month and preparing the tweets is 2 hours, 52 minutes.
- 10 percent of the 180 tags had a number of upper and lowercase inconsistencies.This indicates that @katyperry is mostly consistent, but perhaps sometimes in too much of a hurry to enter the tags correctly.