So you create your profile and later share links with the tool. Every time people click on one of my links, they see for a couple of seconds my bre.ad profile. Could be interesting for businesses, especially SME type. Still I am not fully convinced as the approach is rather “old school” kind of banner like http://bre.ad/
I found 2 tools recently in the web: The http://archivist.visitmix.com/ The Archivist is a service that uses the Twitter Search API to find and archive tweets. The Archivist does not have access to the Twitter “firehose” (ie., all the tweets ever on a subject). As such, the tweets archived by The Archivist are not guaranteed to represent a complete historical record of a given term or search. Read the FAQ to learn more about The Archivist. Visualizations are graphic representations of the data your archives. Visualizations generated by The Archivist may not represent a complete historical record. Use The Archivist to help you understand trends such as the number of Tweets over time, top users and words, sentiment, and more. Tested it and it worked, especially the analysis part is really excellent, however I was limited to 500 tweets on that topic, so not complete The http://Twapperkeeper.com This tool lets you archive trending hashtags or keywords for historical or analysis purposes. And save your own personal tweets as well. The UI is ugly, but it works, which is the most important part. However - unless you upgrade to a pro version - you need some time, i.e. a couple of hours until you have your tweets.