Using Refined Twitter Search to Find Your Target Market

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What is Refined Twitter Search?

If you use Twitter’s online application, you have probably used their search feature and either typed in a word or words and even used the hashtag (#) to help you find the content you were looking for.  If you were like me, you might have gotten a bit frustrated with the results because the output wasn’t quite as refined as you may have wanted.  Did you know there is a Refined Twitter Search that allows you to get even more specific search results?  You can search “all words”, “any words”, “exact phrase” and many more, but the one I like the most, I show you how to use in the video.  Learn how to use the Refined Twitter Search to find your target market!

Have you been using Twitter’s refined search?  Have you had success using the Twitter search feature to find your target market in your social media strategy? Share your results!

24 Replies to “Using Refined Twitter Search to Find Your Target Market”

  1. Great tip, Knikkolette! I’ve been using Twitter for some time now, and never even considered using the refined search. I honestly have avoided it, and didn’t even know the thing exist. So thanks a lot for sharing. 🙂

    1. Deeone, it’s always a pleasure revealing a tidbit of information that can make someone else’s life easier. I hope you can use this feature to your benefit. 🙂

  2. Thanks, Knikkolette. I did not know there was a refined search option and also didn’t know that you could save the results. I have not given it a try yet, but I imagine it’s also useful for drilling down into other criteria besides geography. That really could be helpful. You know all the good tricks on these social media platforms. 🙂

    1. Thanks Paul! It’s always good to hear I’m introducing something new or not yet discovered. 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Martha ~ I think YOU rock! 🙂 Thanks for commenting.

  3. Great tips, Knikkolette! I search Twitter all the time. I will be using the refined search from here on out. Very educational.

    1. Glad you liked them Jayna, thanks for commenting! 🙂

    1. Thanks Sherry for your kind words. I go back and forth between several 3rd party apps and the web interface because so far I haven’t found that “perfect” platform. I’m still searching and reviewing though!

  4. A great video Knikkolette with some great strategies. By refining our services we can make sure we get better information, which leads to even better outcomes. Very important – thanks for sharing!!

    1. Thanks for your feedback Annemarie! I always value your insights! 🙂

    1. LOL Wendy! You are so cute! Thanks for commenting! 🙂

    1. Glad I could help Sandra! Thanks for continuing to read my posts. 🙂

  5. WOW – What a great blog , I will come here more times.

    Thanks also for the incredible comunity you create at FB
    What are you doing to get so many comments ??

    I am just behind you on alexa with about 220K now and increasing

    1. Thanks for the encouraging words Hezi. I think the more you participate and comment on other people’s blogs, the more they reciprocate and comment on yours, not to mention, end your blog post with questions that encourage comments. 🙂

      It’s been great getting to know you in the past few months ~ I look forward to a great 2012! 🙂

  6. Knikkolette,

    Good instructional video on an often misunderstood tool/function!

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    ~Keri

    1. Thanks Keri, thanks for allowing me to participate in your “JanuaryJig”. 🙂

  7. Thanks Knikkolette for the Refined Twitter Search tips. I didn’t know about it, so the video was very helpful.

    Thanks again.

    Jonathan

    1. You’re so welcome Jonathan – any time I can help it totally makes my day! 🙂

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