What is RetweetFollow?
To search for new users to follow is a common task at Twitter. We have many useful tools out there to search by keywords in the tweets in order to find users with specific interests. However, to mention a keyword in a tweet does not always mean that the author is interested in that topic.
What about if we look for keywords in the URLs in tweets? Including those URLs that have been shortened. When someone tweets a link, there is a high probability that the user is interested in the topic of that URL. So RetweetFollow lets you check who has tweeted about an URL. You can search by the exact URL or a keyword.
The tool has been created using the Backtweets API to list the tweets and in addition provides many tools to easily follow users of your interest.
What can RetweetFollow be a killer tool for?
- To find users that are interested in a particular topic based on their tweets about a specific blog post, news item or web page.
- To follow many users with a single click.
- To know more details about the users tweeting about your links without the need to visit each Twitter profile.
- To know who has tweeted about your blog post.
- To export a plain text list of users that have tweeted about a specific URL in order to use the list in another tool.
- To organize a contest based on tweets about an URL. With the export feature you can export the list of tweeters to select the winner.
- To easily thank the users who have tweeted about your blog post or web page.
- To organize users in lists based on their topics of interest.
- To easily organize “Thanks for RTs” lists, to thank the users who have tweeted about your blog post or web page.
Who is behind RetweetFollow?
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