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twitter keyword tool

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by EmpireQuality, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    is there a twitter keyword tool thats similar to the google keyword tool? i need to see what keywords are being searched for in the twitter search engine

    here is the twitter search engine if you didnt already know - twitterdotcom/search

    i have been looking for this lately but havent found anything. i will appreciate any help
     
  2. don3149

    don3149 Junior Member

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    have you used twitterfall? not exactly what you want but it does a good job.
     
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  3. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    i will check it out, thanks
    what i am looking for is a tool that can tell me how much volume a certain keyword is being searched for in the twitter search engine
    say my keyword is "fast cars"
    i would then like the tool to tell me how many exact searches "fast cars" gets every month in the twitter search engine
     
  4. rogerebert

    rogerebert Registered Member

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    topsy

    Filter by tweets only and even create RSS or email feeds for your keywords.
     
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    Why would the values be any different? Normal distribution would smooth them out no?

    Well - I wouldnt have thought they would be THAT much different anyway.