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It's no secret that Twitter's native search tool isn't that efficient. Yes, it offers some nice advanced search options (advanced search isn't accessible directly from your Twitter homepage. You need to go here for that). But it just limits itself to searching tweets when there are so many other things people might want to find out (like followers, profile bios, etc.). This article attempts to list some of the best third-party Twitter search tools. I know there are more than 12 out there.
You've probably heard a lot about Twitter , the white-hot microblog-cum- social-network that's growing even faster than Facebook . Still, you're probably either wondering what Twitter actually is, or, if you've already signed up, how it actually works. Good news -- we've been spending a lot of time on Twitter lately, so we've compiled a list of questions and answers on how to get started, the basics of what to do once you're there, and even a few advanced tips on how to get the most out of Twitter over time. Take a look by clicking on 'Next' below. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
7.8K Flares Twitter 3.6K Facebook 348 Google+ 95 Pin It Share 71 71 LinkedIn 607 in Share 607 7.8K Flares × By: @Garin After researching over a thousand Twitter Tools for the Twitter Tools Book I came across many tools that tried to add value by presenting a different way to visualize or analyze your tweets, the people in your network, and the tweets from the people in your network. Many tools tried to add value and failed. At least they tried.
As much as I love Twitter it can sometimes really turn out to take up more of my time than it should. Here is a list of 5 amazing tools I am using which can help you to bring down your time spent, yet without trading in on the impact you are making: 1# Manageflitter – Get rid of some Twitter Noise In order to get started on Twitter we have to follow people.
For many people using Twitter is a bit like plating the kids game 'Where's Wally?' - you what you want is in there somewhere, you just can't find it! In the game (example above) there is a mass of people in an image and one Wally (left) to find amongst the crowd in the pictures. Can you find him above? Twitter is the same - there are 60+ million tweets a day and 200+million people using it. How do you find things on Twitter that are useful to you?
Editor's Note: We are running this story again as part of our look back to the top social media stories of 2011 on Ragan.com. If these tools are no longer new to you, please suggest a new tool that may not be on your peers' radar. There are some great Twitter apps, sites and tips out there that you might not know about. Here are some of the best tools available to help you get the most out of your Twitter activity. 1. TweetEffect
Last week, I celebrated my 5th birthday of joining Twitter! As far as I can tell, the first arrivals on Twitter from the NpTech sector were Ruby Sinreich and Brian Reich who signed up two weeks before me. So, in honor our collective Twitter birthdays in October and Halloween, I thought I’d share a few Twitter tools for tracking and learning that are real treats and a few that make your work flow on Twitter efficient for documenting events. I track to learn and improve relationships on Twitter. I don’t bother with click rates or influence leader board scores. Some reflections questions I used to understand the data:
Following on from the lists of academic tweeters published earlier this month, we have put together a short guide to using Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities, available to download as a PDF or view on Issuu. How can Twitter, which limits users to 140 characters per tweet, have any relevance to universities and academia, where journal articles are 3,000 to 8,000 words long, and where books contain 80,000 words? Can anything of academic value ever be said in just 140 characters? We have put together a short guide answering these questions, showing new users how to get started on Twitter and hone their tweeting style, as well as offering advice to more experienced users on how to use Twitter for research projects, alongside blogging, and for use in teaching.
CloudMagic , the cross-platform, cross-browser extension that makes searching Google services easier than ever, has just added Twitter support to its arsenal of tools. The extension initially launched supporting Google products only, including Gmail, Google Apps Mail, Google Documents, Contacts and Calendar, and now Twitter has been added to the list of supported services. CloudMagic also supports multiple accounts, and more services are on the way, including Yahoo, Facebook and Hotmail. After installing the extension, when you’re on a Twitter page, or any given Google page, a small floating search bar which you can drag and drop will be visible, allowing you to search for content. You can select whether or not you want the CloudMagic search bar to automatically appear when you’re browsing Twitter, Gmail, Google Calendar and Documents through the extension’s preferences.
Twitter recently announced that over 200 million Tweets are posted each day. This is an incredible figure, underlying the success of the service. Spending time on Twitter boasts plenty of advantages, yet I’ve found that one can get easily sucked in and spend too much time than is good for our workflow.
Twitter is an awesome social networking site and having a very minimalist look as I already posted in the Blueprint Of The Twitter . Even though Twitter is having lots of awesome features, people love to add more features like 15 Ways To Tweet More Than 140 Characters . There are already few popular services to post images and videos to Twitter . And now you can also send the audio tweets on Twitter . Here I am sharing the 7 methods of sharing the audio tweets on Twitter . If you know any other one then, feel free to share it in the Comments section.
If you want to secure your tweets against any issues that might happen to Twitter and its servers, consider backing up your Twitter shares . If you use Twitter as a bookmarking tool sharing the most interesting links you come across, you may want to create a searchable archive to be able to quickly find a link you remember sharing a few days or months ago. Twitter search could be a good solution (there is also a handy from: operator that allows you to find all tweets from any user) but it is only able to work for recently shared links.
Twitter är en bra utgångspunkt för att fundera kring hur vi avgör vem som är avsändare i sociala medier. Hur vet vi att den som utger sig för att vara avsändare verkligen är det? Hur gör elever för att avgöra vem som är avsändare? Dagens inlägg handlar om twitter och hur vi i sociala medier är ganska utlämnade till att den information som avsändaren gett oss för att avgöra vem som är avsändare. Twitter escultura de arena by Rosaura Ochoa CC ( by ) Twitter brukar betecknas som en mikrobloggtjänst i vilken användarna har 140 tecken, som en SMS, att dela med sig av sina erfarenheter, länkar och annan information.