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Rheingau Palais
Kirchgasse 6
Wiesbaden, 65185, DEU



Debt, 7/2013
Silicon Valley Bank




TwentyFeet is a metrics aggregator for social media and web property metrics from the web. It pulls and generates metrics from twitter, facebook, Google Analytics, YouTube, friendfeed,, RSS-Feeds and other sources. Further, it displays them in a slick interface all in one place.

Each account is $2.49 (USD) per year. One account each with twitter and facebook is for free.

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Preview of TwentyFeet

Added: 12/4/13

Promotional video

Added: 12/4/13
TwentyFeet - Egotracking at its best


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TwentyFeet wants to become big. They want to be your easy-to-use personal metrics aggregation portal. At the same time, they want to be a middleware platform helping you to extract all web analytics and social analytics data out of the big services like Google, twitter, facebook and others into your own application. They have a low pricing approach starting from $2.49 (USD) per year for one account. One account each with twitter and facebook is for free. The usable interface will help you to “check your track”, as TwentyFeet likes to call it. It is an offer not only for individuals wishing to easily monitor their social media activities and, for example, a blog; it also addresses small and larger companies determined to get an overview over more than just their website.

TwentyFeet allows you to have - finally! - an overview of several “on-the-ground” web services. The company believes that services like Google Analytics, TwitterCounter or Tweetmeme are limited, “on-the-ground” metrics; TwentyFeet gives you an overview from above.

TwentyFeet is not yet live, as the company wants the beta to be solid and useful BEFORE it is readily available. Therefore, they don’t plan to release it until it’s ready. Their marketing staff still hopes for the portal to start the public beta in 2009. However, this hope rests on literally hundreds of programmer days, and the release date depends on how much they can get out of the 35 programmers of the web agency behind TwentyFeet.

Information is constantly being added on You can also follow @TwentyFeet on twitter, if you like.


  1. Business intelligence startup SumAll raises $2m in debt funding and buys TwentyFeet ( [edit]
  2. SumAll Acquires Germany's TwentyFeet, Raises $2M Debt ( [edit]
  3. Foundation of TwentyFeet GmbH [edit]
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