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TweetReach Tip: Searching for tweets from a specific account

If you set up a TweetReach snapshot report or Tracker to search for @username, that will only return mentions and retweets of that Twitter account. So, that might be what you’re looking for. But if you’d like to see tweets to and from that account, add in the from:username query, like this: @username OR from:username ThisMore

How to use advanced Twitter search queries: Part 2

Since our first post on How to use advanced Twitter search queries is one of our most popular posts, we thought we’d break down some more advanced queries we didn’t cover in that writeup. Here are a few more of our favorite advanced Twitter search queries. And let us know if you have a questionMore

TweetReach Tip: Improve your snapshot report search query

Our customers often ask the question, “What exactly can I search for on TweetReach?” We want to make sure you get the most out of your snapshot reports, so here’s everything you need to know about queries. For all snapshot report searches, keep in mind that shorter queries work better: under 70 characters, or 6-8More

TweetReach Tip: Why some tweets generate fewer impressions

On Twitter, replies are handled differently than regular tweets. An @reply is a tweet sent to a specific user, beginning with that user’s Twitter handle. Like this: Replies are only received by the users who follow both the sender and the receipient. The above tweet was delivered to the 6 Twitter accounts who follow both @tweetreachapp andMore

TweetReach Tip: Measuring the reach of a Twitter account

Want to measure the reach of a particular Twitter account? Great – you’ve come to the right place! Our TweetReach snapshot reports can measure the reach of any public Twitter account in just a few seconds. And depending on exactly which tweets you want to include in your analysis, we have a few tips forMore

Trackers now have smarter URL search!

Good news! Our TweetReach Pro Trackers now support smarter URL search with the url_contains: operator. You can add one or more URL queries to your tracked terms. A few examples: url_contains:bit.ly/123abc url_contains:blog.tweetreach.com/2012/08 url_contains:”http://tweetreach.com” url_contains:tweetreach.com report The Tracker will find any tweets that include the matched portion of the URL you include in your query. Like this:More

Using TweetReach to determine the reach of a tweet

You already know TweetReach reports are great for measuring the reach of hashtags and Twitter accounts, but how about an individual tweet? What if you want to analyze the reach of a tweet (and any retweets of or replies to that tweet)? Our reports can do that, too! In fact, that’s where our name comes fromMore

Confused about Twitter search? You’re not alone.

There’s one question our support team gets asked more often than anything else – how far back can TweetReach reports go? And it’s no wonder we get this question all the time; it can be pretty damn confusing. How long are tweets available? Why aren’t they available for a week or more? Why does thisMore

TakeFive with TweetReach – Jen Grant

Welcome to TakeFive with TweetReach, our ongoing series where we talk with notable members of the social media analytics and measurement community, pulling together insight, commentary and conversation around all things measurement. As always, please let us know what you think! This week we’re happy to welcome Jen Grant, Director of Social Media for Intrapromote,More

How to use advanced Twitter search queries

Twitter supports a number of advanced search operators and filters that allow you to customize your search query and find exactly the tweets you’re looking for. Here are a few of our favorite Twitter search operators and how to use them (with tons of examples). Find one keyword OR another First, Twitter does not requireMore