My Most Liked Tweets: How to Use Tweets to Easily Explode Your Brand, 6 Ways

By: | March 4, 2022 | Tags: , , , , , , |
my most liked tweets

Do you want to see how I discover my most liked tweets so you can see yours too?

This post shows you how I see my top tweets on Twitter.

I research my most liked tweets as part of an effective social media marketing strategy.

By the time you’re done reading, you will be able to replicate the methods I use to see my top tweets to see your top tweets too. Follow the steps shared in this post to boost your Twitter marketing success.

These free methods explain six ways to find your most liked tweets without leaving the Twitter app and one additional method using a free third-party app.

By using this guide, you will know how to find your most popular tweets and how to find your most liked tweets. You will also be able to use these methods to make money on Twitter.

What is a Tweet?

A Tweet is any message posted to Twitter that may contain photos, videos, links, and text. The text has a limit of 280 characters.

The brevity of the tweet makes Twitter ideal for busy entrepreneurs. As a result, Twitter is the best networking site along with LinkedIn for professional networking.

Click or tap the Tweet button to post the update to your profile.

Why is it important to know my most liked tweets in order to discover your own?

Twitter has advantages for you as a marketer.

By knowing your most liked tweets you can

  • Grow your Twitter account.
  • Replicate the success of your previous tweets.
  • Discover what is working
  • Learn what is not working.
  • See how your audience is responding to your content.
  • Use your most liked tweets for social media marketing.

My followers and the followers of people who share my content see my tweets. By replicating the success of my most liked tweets, I can explode interest in my brand and you can too.

This guide shares the free tools I use to show me my top tweets. They can show you your top tweets as well.

How I Check My Top Tweets Using Twitter

Method 1

On your mobile device, under your tweet, you will see lines that look like a graph. Click them to see metrics that look like this:

This tweet, my pinned tweet, promotes my ebook. As you see, 84 people clicked the link to where they can purchase!

In addition, the post received 216 likes and 254 retweets.

Do you see how you can use your most liked tweets to make money on Twitter?

I can replicate my most liked tweets to continue to promote my ebook and other ebooks.

The tweet also generated 38,979 impressions this means people saw the tweet but didn’t click my link or follow.

Method 2

On your mobile device, at the top of your Twitter profile, you see Tweets, Tweets and Replies, Media, and Likes.

When I want to see My Most Liked Tweets, I click Likes. To see your Most Liked Tweets, you should too.

My most liked tweets

As you see from the screenshot, I received 37,400 likes in total and five likes in two days on this tweet promoting my blog post article.

Method 3

On desktop, log into Twitter. Go to your profile. Click More/Analytics.

my top tweets

Here you can see your Top Tweets as well as your most liked tweets.

Notice this tweet may be one of my top tweets with 980 impressions. However, this is not one of my most liked tweets since it only received three hearts.

Twitter Analytics shows you a comprehensive overview of your top tweets.

At Twitter Analytics I see

  • My top Tweets
  • My top mentions
  • My top followers
  • My top media tweets

The metrics are broken down by the month you see can see your growth over time.

Method 4

On desktop, to see my most liked tweets, I paste this into the Twitter search bar:

from:MrsPaznanski min_faves:5

This brings up my most liked tweets.

In order to see your most liked Tweets, you need to take out my Twitter handle, “MrsPaznanski” and replace it with your own. You can also change the number from 5 to whatever minimum most-liked Tweets you want to see.

Method 5

Do you want to see the top Tweets in your industry?

Paste this URL into the search bar on desktop:

This form will populate.

By filling it in, you can filter your search for the top tweets in any industry.

How I Check My Top Tweets Using a Free Third-Party Tool


Method 6

Did you know the Buffer app shows Analytics?

How to find your most liked tweets using Buffer:

Go to and make an account.

On your mobile device, download the Buffer app. After sending tweets using your Buffer queue, click Sent Posts. Scroll down. Look for tweets that say “Top Posts.” These have your most likes and retweets.

One important note:

This will only work if you used the Buffer queue to schedule your posts.

Discovering my top Tweets is exciting. Wouldn’t it be even more exciting if you knew the exact number of retweets and likes?

Here is how you can find your exact count of likes and retweets:

Find a Tweet that says “Top Post.” There are 3 dots in the upper right-hand corner. Click them. Click Rebuffer to put your most liked tweet back into your Buffer queue. With the link of a button, you tweet your most liked tweet again. That’s what I call boosting your ROI!

This takes you into the Twitter platform to your tweet. Under the tweet, you’ll see the number of retweets and likes.

More Twitter Marketing Methods

This post shares free methods and tools I use to see my top tweets in order to grow on Twitter.

This video explains how to grow on Twitter and other social media sites using hashtags.

Wrapping Up: My Top Tweets

In closing, these methods showed how I discover my top tweets and my most liked tweets. I use this knowledge to market my ebooks and blog content on Twitter.

Now that you have read this guide, you can too.

Please share so social media marketers trying to grow their brands on Twitter discover this post.

I look forward to your views in the comments section. Do you know more methods for finding your most liked tweets?

Related Reading

You can also use Twiends to grow your brand on Twitter by growing your follower count. Here you will find a Twiends review.

  1. Hugh W. Roberts

    Hi Janice, I wanted to point out that the text has a limit of 240 characters now, not 180. I think the change happened a few years ago, giving users more text to add to their tweets.

    I couldn’t find the More/Analytics option on the desktop version. Can you advise where it can be found?

    Thanks so much.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi High,
      I updated the post with the correct number of characters. Thanks for the help.
      Regarding your question:
      On desktop, go to Twitter. on the left, you’ll see a menu starting with “Home.”
      At the bottom, it says “More.” Click it.” Then click Analytics in order to see your Most Liked Tweets and other metrics.
      Thanks for reading what I wrote.

      • Hugh W. Roberts

        Thanks, Janice. I’ve found the information now. I need to look into the menus more on Twitter. There is a lot to check out.

        I left the following comment on Twitter for you, but I wanted to let you know that I am not getting notifications of follow-up comments from your site even though I tick the box to ask for them. For example, I had no notification that you had responded to my comment and no notification of the comment from Ryan. Had it not been for you letting me know on Twitter that you’d responded, I’d not have known.

        • Janice Wald

          Hi Hugh,
          This was a lucky coincidence that I told you at Twitter.
          Thanks for letting me know about this problem with my blog. I will copy-paste what you wrote and send it to my tech helper who built my theme.

  2. Ryan Biddulph

    Great Twitter work Janice. You have some serious engagement going on over there. Good job. Your work is paying off. I see you all over the place.


    • Janice Wald

      Hi Ryan,
      I appreciate the compliments. I have grown organically on Twitter more than any other social media site. Hopefully, people will read the methods I use to find my top Tweets to further their own Twitter marketing success.
      Thanks for commenting.

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  4. Erik

    Twitter is my favorite social media network for marketing.
    I’ve been using it for years, with ups and downs, but overall, good results.
    Thanks for sharing these tips, Janice! 🙂

    • Janice Wald

      My pleasure. Thank you for commenting. Good luck with Twitter!

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