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Posts Tagged ‘Keyword’

TweetReach Now Has Free Accounts To Help You Measure How Far Your Tweet Traveled

TweetReach wants to help you answer the question “How far did my tweet travel?” They enable users to determine the reach and exposure of any Twitter username, hashtag, URL or keyword phrase.

If you’re interested in monitoring a Twitter campaign, evaluating the “stickiness” of your tweets or just seeing how effective you are at tweeting, you will want to log on to TweetReach and experiment with their newly minted free accounts – perfect for dipping your toes into Twitter analytics.
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Twitter’s Next Acquisition Might Be AdGrok, But “It’s Complicated”

Rumors have been flying that Twitter is set to make another acquisition, this time in the “under $10 million” range. The company is eying San Francisco-based AdGrok, a platform that simplifies contextual keyword bidding within Google Adwords… but the deal is currently “complicated”.
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Twitter to Sell up to 10K Keyword Filters from Fire Hose for 30 Cents an Hour

While Promoted Tweets, Trends and Accounts are the more visible of Twitter’s two main revenue-generating offerings, tweets from the fire hose is probably more interesting to developers. And this side of things just got a lot more interesting: in a new partnership announcement, Twitter will now be selling over 40 points of data attached to each tweet and up to 10,000 keyword filters, for just 30 cents an hour.
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What we’d like to see from Twitter’s Upcoming Analytics Product

Twitter’s official analytics product went live with a handful of test users in November, but there is little information out there as to what we’ll actually see when it’s released to the general public. Here is our wishlist of things we’d like to see in Twitter’s analytics when we get our hands on it.
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