We all know Twitter is a great place to find helpful information and interesting new ideas. Millions of people share all kinds of things every day. But that’s also one of the biggest problems with Twitter – it’s huge, which makes it nearly impossible to sift through all those tweets to find just the ones you might find useful.
So, here’s one idea to help you use Twitter to quickly and easily find more relevant information about the topics you’re interested in. First, pick a topic. Then run a free TweetReach report with a topic-related keyword and Twitter’s links-only filter.
For example, if you’re interested in social media analytics you could use the following query:
social media measurement filter:links
This query will return only tweets with links, giving you a list of blog posts, articles and websites about social media measurement. This is a great way to learn more about a topic, stay on top of recent news and trends, even find new blogs for your feed reader and interesting Twitter users to follow.
Try it now! And if you need inspiration, check out a few of these reports:
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