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TweetReach Tip: Searching for more than one term in a snapshot report

If you want to run a TweetReach snapshot report for more than one term, be sure to remember the magic of the “OR” operator. You can search for any two or three queries by combining them together with OR. Example: term1 OR term2 – search for tweets containing either term1 or term2 (e.g. analytics OR metrics)More

TweetReach Tip: Measuring the results of a Twitter contest

If you’re running a contest and using TweetReach to track it, you’ll want to take a look at this post so you don’t miss any of the tweets you want to capture. For best results, we have a few suggestions. Keep your original tweet short (120 characters or less) and unique, and use hashtags andMore

TweetReach Tip: How to isolate specific dates in a Tracker

To isolate specific dates in your TweetReach Tracker, simply click on the calendar icon in the upper right hand corner of your screen, and specify the date range that you want.   That’s it! Still got a question? Let us know! Or find us on Twitter. 

TweetReach Tip: How to isolate specific dates in a snapshot report

If you want tweets from a specific date range in your TweetReach snapshot report, you need to use the since and until operators: since:YYYY-MM-DD - search only for tweets after a specific date in UTC (e.g. since:2010-03-30) until:YYYY-MM-DD - search only for tweets before a specific date in UTC (e.g. until:2010-03-30) Want to see it in action?More

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

TweetReach Tip: Common Tracker mistakes

Much like the double-tap method is essential for zombie eradication, double- and triple-checking your Tracker queries is essential to success with your TweetReach Pro Trackers. Be sure you aren’t making any of the following common mistakes with your Tracker setup, and you’ll get the best results possible with your Tracker. Mistake #1: Not making the tweetsMore

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