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Twitter Targetting by location

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by beausiff, Jan 13, 2020 at 8:28 PM.

  1. beausiff

    beausiff Newbie

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    Hey guys. Wondering if you could help me.

    Is there any way to target users of twitter based on location?
    I want a list of users that are based in Cheltenham UK.
    How can i create this list which i can then use jarvee to follow / message.

    Does anyone know if this is possible. There used to be a search option but it only searched for those that tagged a certain location in their tweets.

    I am looking for data of users that havent tagged a certain location.

    Appreciate the help if i get any.
     
  2. bkenn

    bkenn Registered Member

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    Sound interesting if you get ahead hope you might have time to make a journey thread as well.
     
  3. LilMosey

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    rootjazz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Note, this is the OLD site advanced search, the new updated site (few months ago) does NOT include the near option (for some reason). Some accounts can choose which site to use, but some are forced to the updated site and cannot use the old site.

    Note sure if you can just use the URL and if it will still work though - perhaps.
     
  5. Mark Quinn

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    Just type near:"Cheltenham" in search or whatever other location, will work regardless of the UI version. The Advanced search dialog just helps you use less known search operators, nothing special about it. API docs have a more comprehensive list too BTW.
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2020 at 1:12 PM