Twitter search is very important. If you do use it, you probably noticed that not all tweets show up in your search. The reason for this is that Twitter filters out certain tweets from Twitter search.
Your tweets not showing up in the search results is not a good thing, especially if you are using Twitter for business. Being filtered out is not good for your social presence either.
Therefore, today we will present you with 5 ways to avoid being filtered from Twitter search:
A Snap Shot from Twitter Search of beiruta
- Don’t spam: We all know by now that spam could devastate your presence on Twitter, so please don’t do it!
- Don’t post duplicate tweets: If you want to promote your website, blog, product, etc, better do it over a couple of hours. It’s very annoying to see your service or blog linked five times in a row. Continue reading
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Using search operators will certainly increase your efficiency and will allow you to reach your piece of information without having to weed through hundreds of useless terms.
||containing both “twitter” and “search”. This is the default operator.
||containing the exact phrase “happy hour”.
|love OR hate
||containing either “love” or “hate” (or both).
||containing “beer” but not “root”.
Those are the basic operators but there are some far more useful ones on Twitter.
By adding a :), :( or ? you can search for positive or negative tweets on Twitter or those who are asking a question about something. These searches are very useful when looking for people’s views and reactions about an issue, product, movie or a service.
|movie -scary :)
||containing “movie”, but not “scary”, and with a positive attitude.
||containing “flight” and with a negative attitude.
||containing “traffic” and asking a question