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Twitter is as much – and maybe more – about listening as it is about broadcasting. If you want your business or personal Twitter account to succeed, you’ve got to have a listening strategy in place in order to access valuable feedback, learn, and engage your customers and connections.
But if your listening strategy involves checking out your “@ Connect” folder every once in a while for users mentioning your Twitter handle, you’ve got a long way to go.
With 2,000 tweets per second and 18,000 search queries per second, it looks like Twitter is being used more as a listening tool than a broadcasting tool. And if you’re not using Twitter to listen, you’re missing out on some valuable, low-cost, real-time data about your customers. Here are three simple ways you can start amping up your Twitter listening activities to really get a good sense of what your customers are tweeting.