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Discover Your Twitter Birthday Using TwBirthday

If you’re curious to know when someone first signed-up for Twitter or even how long you’ve been on yourself, look no further than TwBirthday. Simply type in any Twitter handle and TwBirthday will give you the Twitter birthdate for the username you entered. In addition, Twbirthday suggests who might’ve “godfathered” or introduced this person to Twitter, their age index, and a break down of just how long a Twitter account has been active.

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This may seem like useless information at first glance, but marketers and those looking for further demographics on their Twitter followers might find this tool to be beneficial. Also, if you’re not sure if a Twitter account is a scam artist or a real person, knowing how long the account has been open can help you find out. And if you’re simply trying it out for fun, don’t forget to celebrate your Twbirthday when it comes!

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Founder of SheGeeks.net, Co-founder of TheSocialGeeks Podcast, EverythingTwitter.com, and a noted Influential Woman in Technology (FastCompany 09), I like telling people what really matters in technology and social media. SheGeeks.net is a where I share my findings, experiences, and beliefs about technology for others to learn from. @Corvida on Twitter Corvida on Facebook Corvida Raven on Google

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3 thoughts on “Discover Your Twitter Birthday Using TwBirthday

  1. The person who “godfathered” me has been on twitter for less time then me (according to twbirthday) FAIL!

    Posted by James | December 11, 2011, 4:04 am
  2. it’s completely wrong–looked mine up and it’s off the mark in both month and year–I know what project I was procrastinating on when I created the account!

    Posted by anon E mouse | April 22, 2011, 7:28 am
  3. Random!! I have NO clue who the person is they claimed “godfathered” me into twitter. but i certainly don’t know them and they did not introduce em to anything.

    Posted by BBecker | January 19, 2011, 8:34 am

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