Geolocation Search Returning Fewer Results

We recently noticed that search requests using our geolocation filter were returning around 0-20 search results, rather than the usual 50 or 100. Having investigated this issue further and spoken with other developers, we have found that unfortunately there is an issue with Twitter’s API returning location-based results. This means that when you setup a geolocation search, or […]

How To Gain More Followers On Twitter [Video]

After seeing how much our readers loved learning about new ways to increase their Twitter following in our previous post, we thought we’d create a short 2 minute video (okay, 2 minute 38 seconds) with 7 more great tips!  This video will show you how to gain more followers on Twitter, complete with a visual guide on […]

How to setup and own a Twitter Chat

How To Setup and Own a Twitter Chat

A Twitter chat is where a group of users meet on Twitter in order to discuss a specific topic, at a scheduled time. This usually takes place within an hour slot, at the same time each week and can be predefined by a list of topics or questions as points of discussion. A chat could […]

The New York City Marathon In tweets

The New York City Marathon In Tweets

The NYC marathon is one of the biggest events in the New York calendar and the largest marathon to date. Naturally, Twitter is a big part of connecting the live event with the rest of the world and is a channel that thousands took to over the weekend, in order to share thoughts, encouragements and personal bests. […]