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Twilert To The Rescue: Avoiding Risky, Automated Platforms

Maintaining a steady flow of tweets and interaction on Twitter isn’t as easy as it sounds. Some brands have even resorted to using automated online platforms to pre-schedule posts, automatically favourite tweets , blanket send direct messages and follow people.   When automatic Twitter tools can be productive   Websites such as ‘Buffer’ and ‘Hootsuite’ […]

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Tweets Soon To Appear In Google Search

Twitter has never been more prominent. With 284 million active monthly users, the social media giants are proving themselves as a priceless tool for any business trying to make themselves known. And when we thought Twitter couldn’t become any more influential, they’ve just revealed that they’ve signed a deal with Google so that tweets, yes […]

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Top 5 Tips When Setting Up Your First Twilert

For those who are less familiar with Twitter search and the potential it offers, we know it can be difficult to decide which searches will be relevant and which won’t. But setting up a few Twilerts is the first step to success and by trial and error, the refining of keywords and a little experimentation, […]

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A Simple Guide To Using Twilert’s Geolocation Tool

Twilert’s Geolocation tool is unique, in that it allows you to search for tweets sent from somewhere as specific as a street or landmark. Twitter’s own Geolocation search tool allows you to pinpoint tweets sent ‘near me’ or within so many miles of a specific City or Country, for example ‘near: London within: 25mi’ but […]