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Tuesday Time Saving Tips: Use Twitter Advanced Search

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Looking for new leads?
Looking for people in your industry to connect with?

Try using Twitter’s advanced search service to help you get pointed in the right direction.

Below is a quick and simple example to get your creative juices flowing. The search term is “house hunting” and I added a location search parameter. Results displayed are from people who had tweeted “house hunting” from a location within 15 miles of Columbus.

http://search.twitter.com/advanced

Twitter Advanced Search - House Hunting

As you can see the opportunities are nearly endless.

  • You can search negative sentiments about a competitor and offer an alternative.
  • You can search for mentions of your products or
  • statements by people relating to your services.
  • You can use it to monitor trends,
  • get leads,
  • find product feedback,
  • offer customer support,
  • search for future employees,
  • or simply to discover people who have the similar interests as you.

See search operators for more specific search parameter examples.

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