Over the holidays I was pleased to see a profile of the ThinkUp service in the New York Times, and I hope the company gets many new subscribers. My chief error in Twitter has been focusing on myself and not sharing enough about the people I admire. Most helpfully, your errors can be reported to you every week or every day until you correct those bad social media habits. I highly recommend the service, and you can track yourself in both Facebook and Twitter for $5/mo.
NY Times: ThinkUp Helps the Social Network User See the Online Self, 2014-Dec-31 by Farhad Manjoo
[Anil] Dash has been thinking about his behavior on social media for a while. Together with Gina Trapani, the former editor of the blog Lifehacker, he is a co-founder of ThinkUp, a year-old subscription service that analyzes how people comport themselves on Twitter and Facebook, with the goal of helping them become more thoughtful, less reflexive, more empathetic and more professional — over all, better behaved.
In addition to a list of people’s most-used words and other straightforward stats like follower counts, ThinkUp shows subscribers more unusual information such as how often they thank and congratulate people, how frequently they swear, whose voices they tend to amplify and which posts get the biggest reaction and from whom.